Creating a web page that runs Exchange powershell

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NTBTeam1
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Creating a web page that runs Exchange powershell

Post by NTBTeam1 » Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:12 am

PowerShell Studio 18 , 5.5.154 and build Powershell 4:
64 bit version of product:
Operating system:
Windows Server 12 R2 64 bit OS:

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I would like to know how can I web-enable the forms created with PowerShell Studio 18.
I want the web forms to be accessible from a web browser.
I want to be able to execute Exchange and AD powershell commands from the web page.
Would this require some 3rd party product?

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davidc
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Re: Creating a web page that runs Exchange powershell

Post by davidc » Wed Aug 22, 2018 7:47 am

PowerShell Studio allows you to create WinForms (desktop applications) and other PowerShell tools, but is not intended to design web applications.
You do have the option to disable a web page within a WinForms GUI, but not much beyond that.

Note: PrimalScript does support HTML editing and ASP editing.

As for accessing PowerShell from a webpage, you can find components out there. We once offered a free COM dll, that allowed you to execute PowerShell code, but it only supported Windows PowerShell V2.
David
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Re: Creating a web page that runs Exchange powershell

Post by NTBTeam1 » Wed Aug 22, 2018 8:30 am

Thanks for the quick reply..
So PowerShell Studio is mostly an IDE to create a GUI interface for my PowerShell scripts that can be accessed locally on the PC or server.

In that case, I will have to go back to the traditional Visual Studio and ASP.NET methods...
Thanks for the information...