Power shell is now one of the best tools in a system administrators toolkit.  Anything you can do in a graphical environment relating to almost every Windows role or feature, you can do using power shell.

So it would have been brilliant if I could connect to a computer using Power shell on my iPad and issue commands directly. Kind of like using SSH to connect to a Linux server.

I found a great application called winRM and it looked like it was going to do exactly what I needed.  It provides management through WinRM.  This is very secure and provides access to the event viewer, services, IIS management console etc.

However, the most important part of the app is it’s Power shell console.  Unfortunately this console is not at all accessible when using Voiceover.  You can type commands but the output is not readable.