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I came late to Powershell due to having to maintain legacy systems. Previously, I put together a solution in vbScript to pull information from WMI ADSI providers etc and store it in SQL.
ASP being essentially the web based version of vbScript, enabled me to build a portal on our Intranet to access the SQL database. I was able to create a search engine, manage software deployments, asset management, server health and so on.
Since then we deployed SCCM and I moved to Powershell. But SCCM lacks in some areas so I would still like to have a facility whereby my Powershell output is sent to SQL and is retrievable from a web page.
Is there a general consensus on what to use. I should add that I'm an Infrastructure guy first and foremost.
Sending data to SQL is easy using powershell. I am not certain what your needs are for rendering on a web page, but you should definitely look into PowershellPipeworks.com. They have everything you need to actually generate webpages. I use their data access cmdlets almost daily.
Thanks Kevin, looks to be the type of thing I am after.
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