If you’ve read my blog, you might be aware of the Web UI project I’ve kicked around for several years (since 2010 or 2011, at least).  The actual name of it (so far) is CMWT, or Configuration Manager Web Tools. Its beginnings date back to 2007 with a project called WWA or Windows Web Admin, which was focused more on AD management through a browser (which is far easier than ConfigMgr, by the way).

Anyhow, I’m posting this because I’m at a fork in the road. I need to decide whether it’s worth continuing or dumping and moving on. I’m going to base this decision on whatever feedback this post receives. So, here goes.

Note: if the inline frame doesn’t work, the video is on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKW9mgeXxBs

Technical Details:

  • Works with ConfigMgr 2012, 2012R2, and 1511
  • Tested on Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2
  • Tested with IE 11, Edge, Chrome 47+ (some client tools require IE)
  • Tested in primary sites with up to 5,000 clients (should scale higher without a problem)

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