Wow Night 28!  Only two more nights left of my quest to learn Windows Server 2012 in 30 days.  Tonight I am looking at Powershell Web Access. PowerShell Web Access will allow you to use a secured Web site like a PowerShell command windows to run PowerShell command on server where you have been granted rights.  And it can use just about any browser to pull this off.  You can use the lab link below if you would like to configure PowerShell Web Access. The video covers this lightly but is worth watching for the rest of the Multi-Server Management Capabilities

These are the links I used to study about PowerShell Web Access:

Deploy Windows PowerShell Web Access

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh831611.aspx#BKMK_install

Windows PowerShell Web Access is a new feature in Windows Server® 2012 that acts as a Windows PowerShell gateway, providing a web-based Windows PowerShell console that is targeted at a remote computer. It enables IT Pros to run Windows PowerShell commands and scripts from a Windows PowerShell console in a web browser, with no Windows PowerShell, remote management software, or browser plug-in installation necessary on the client device.

Use the Web-based Windows PowerShell Console

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh831417.aspx

Managing Windows Server 2012 with Server Manager and Windows PowerShell 3.0

http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9806469

In this lab, you will learn how the Server Manager and Windows PowerShell framework in Windows Server 2012 delivers an enhanced, multi-server management experience. You will learn to perform tasks such as multi-server management. You will also explore new Windows PowerShell capabilities including new cmdlets and the Windows PowerShell gateway.

Inside Windows Server 2012 Multi-Server Management Capabilities

http://northamerica.msteched.com/topic/details/2012/WSV306#fbid=Yesz_YUD4Lk

Bruce