Run UCS Powertool/Powershell commands from Web Page
I was wondering how I might run a basic web page that would pass parameters to a cisco ucs powershell script (cisco powertool).
Does anyone know how this might be accomplished and would you provide a sample code?
I would assume I would need to run this in ASP.
I have the Cisco UCS Powertool, UCSPE and the IIS Web Server all on the same Windows Server.
The thought would be to create a front end web page to run Cisco UCS powershell scripts passing variables from the web page to the scripts and returning results to the web page.This would just be simpler for the user and not require them to execute command line powershell commands.
If anyone has any ideas how this might be accomplished, please let me know.
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