Provide a powershell interface from admin area - so you can use powershell directly from the portal page.
Having this ability to run PowerShell directly will remove the need to connect from on-premises to perform PowerShell tasks. This will also help 100% Mac shops - which cannot run PowerShell at all.
Better yet, start building Windows 365 on a Debian Linux Server back-end, get rid of Powershell altogether, and give us a Linux terminal that works with all existing Debian Linux commands.
1) Global Admin is on the road and needs to access PowerShell, from a mobile device GA can have PS up and running.
2) No need to install on a local Device.
3) Can be done for AD and EXO.
What I would like is that when ever the admin portal is used, there's an option to spit out the PowerShell code that would reprodice that gui action.
Management tools like powershell are meant to be flexible and extendable...Building it into a GUI will defeat the entire purpose of using powershell.
Or better yet - build all the powershell commands into the GUI. How difficult can that be? Drop in the desired settings and let it build and execute the script. Those of us who aren't Exchange Admins would appreciate that.
Matt Thompson commented
You beat me to the punch on this one. We are a large school system and are always being asked to log into another person account for legal hold issues or searching for particular emails and having the ability to launch a specific PS cmd would be awesome.
Michael McNally commented
In case anyone is thinking this is too hard to do, Netware servers had a remote console that ran in a browser almost 15 years ago.
I can see where there would be limitations, but for basic tasks I think this should be done.
haha - mac losers