You may mis-understand the use of MMC and Powershell and maybe the best way
to explain is how the Exchange guys did it.
When they wrote their management interface/applications they wrote them as
Powershell Snapins using the Powershell Namespace. Then included these in
their MMC project. All the code was C# not powershell. AFAIK you cannot
write a MMC in powershell.
That said... with a little twinking you can Use Windows Forms in a
powershell script to do what your looking for.
"dm3281" <dm3281@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I know there are a couple screencast on Channel9 (DRO) regarding Powershell
>hosting within a Winform application and finally using MMC.
> Does anyone else know of any other online resources or tutorials?
> I'm interested in replacing some of my monitoring BAT files with
> Powershell. At the same time, I thought it would be cool to use MMC to
> display a listview of the information -- or provide some sort of data
> entry textbox for updating information.
> I'm surprised that ScriptingGuy and Jeff Snover isn't pushing this
> technology on their blogs and Powershell home page more.
> Yes, Exchange 2007 is doing it! Now, how can us simpletons do it?