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Install Windows PowerShell Web Access In this task, you will install Windows PowerShell Web Access. 1. In Server Manager in TTF-DC, click Dashboard . 2. Click Add roles and features . 3. Click Next twice, select TTF-Server1.TTF.Com , and then click Next . 4. Click Next at each step of the wizard until you reach the Select Features page. 5. Expand Windows PowerShell (2 of 5 Installed) , check the Windows PowerShell Web Access check box, click Add Features , and then click Next . 6. Click Next until you reach the Confirm installation selections page, and then click Install . 7. When the installation has completed, click Close .
VM_Testing Lab Guide-v2.1 Configure Windows PowerShell Web Access In this task, you will configure Windows PowerShell Web Access by installing the web application and configuring a predefined gateway rule. 1. In Server Manager, click All Servers . 2. Right-click TTF-Server1 , and then click Windows PowerShell . 3. Type the following command, and then press ENTER. Install-PswaWebApplication –useTestCertificate This command will create the test certificate and the SSL binding using that certificate. The certificate can be adjusted at any time using IIS Manager. 4. Type the following command, and then press ENTER. Get-PswaAuthorizationRule There are presently no users permitted to access Windows PowerShell Web Access. 5. Type the following command, and then press ENTER. This is a basic “allow-all” rule that relies on the user permissions and individual server configuration. You can create a more restrictive rule for production environments. 6. Type the following command, and then press ENTER. Get-PSWAAuthorizationRule There is now a rule which grants all users access to Windows PowerShell Web Access, and the ability to access any system on the network, providing they have rights on the target system. Perform remote management with Windows PowerShell Web Access In this task, you will use Internet Explorer 10 to validate Windows PowerShell Web Access. 1. Open Internet Explorer . 2. Navigate to . 3. Click Continue to this website (not recommended) . Because this is the first time you have accessed this website, it may take a few minutes to compile. You receive this error because you are using a test certificate that cannot be validated. 4. In User name, type TTF\Administrator . 5. In Password, type Pa$$w0rd Add-PswaAuthorizationRule –ComputerName * -UserName * -ConfigurationName *
VM_Testing Lab Guide-v2.1 6. In Computer name, type TTF-Server2, and then click Sign In . 7. Wait for the Windows PowerShell console to appear. 8. Type the following commands, pressing ENTER after each one. You have full Windows PowerShell access via the browser. IMPORTANT : Leave Windows PowerShell Web Access running for the next exercise. Use disconnected sessions in PSWA In this task, you will use a disconnected session in PSWA. A disconnected session allows you to disconnect from PSWA, but leave your session state running on the server. You can then reconnect to this session in the future.

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