Day 14 is upon us! In today’s post, we are going to take a look at the new feature in Windows Server 2012 called PowerShell Web Access.
What is PowerShell Web Access? Glad you asked!
Examples of client devices include laptops, non-work personal computers, borrowed computers, tablet computers, web kiosks, computers that are not running a Windows-based operating system, and cell phone browsers. IT Pros can perform critical management tasks on remote Windows-based servers from devices that have access to an Internet connection and a web browser.
Here is diagram with a high overview of how PowerShell Web Access works:
Supported desktop computer browsers
Minimally-tested mobile devices or browsers
We could go on and on about the new PSWA, but this blog is just to wet your appetite. To give you a little jump start with PSWA, here is the three-step process for setup and configuration.
Step 1: Installing Windows PowerShell Web Access Step 2: Configuring the gateway Step 3: Configuring authorization rules and site security
Step 1: Installing Windows PowerShell Web Access
Step 2: Configuring the gateway
Step 3: Configuring authorization rules and site security
This concludes our post for today. For more information on PSWA, check out the following link:
Use the Web-based Windows PowerShell Console
Come back tomorrow to learn more about the new Server Manager.
-AskPerf blog Team