Windows PowerShell 3.0 Web Access
Updated: August 9, 2012
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.
After successful gateway setup and configuration, users can access a Windows PowerShell console by using a web browser. When users open the secured Windows PowerShell Web Access website, they can run a web-based Windows PowerShell console after successful authentication.
For more information about how to deploy Windows PowerShell® Web Access, see Deploy Windows PowerShell Web Access.
For more information about using Windows PowerShell® Web Access, see Use the Web-based Windows PowerShell Console.