iPowerShell Pro: Sneak Peek Part 1

What’s in store for the next version of iPowerShell Pro? Can you say Enhanced PowerShell Web Access? Check out the screen shots below:

Figure 1 below shows what PSWA looks like on a tablet through iPowerShell Pro.

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Figure 1: Logged into a PSWA console

Tap the cmdlet button to bring up a list of cmdlets.

Figure 2: Select a cmdlet

Figure 2: Select a cmdlet

Tap a cmdlet to bring up its list of parameters.

Figure 3: cmdlet parameters

Figure 3: cmdlet parameters

Tap the parameters you want to include in your command line and press Done. Then fill in the values you want to pass as parameters.

Figure 4: Fill in the values you want to pass as parameters.

Figure 4: Fill in the values you want to pass as parameters.

Press Send on the keyboard and execute your input.

Figure 5: Tap and run!

Figure 5: Tap and run!

And everything you send through the input line gets saved in the History list.

Figure 6: The History List

Figure 6: The History List

Looks cool, huh? For more details come see us at Tech-Ed 2013 in New Orleans June 3-6th, 2013, Booth 2211.