Hi guys, Bit of a unique challenge, but I'll break it down so it's brief and straight forward. We have a decent sized development environment which is all virtualised using VMware vSphere. I want to implement the following workflow to simplify the management of new VM requests and to help the staff track the VM inventory easier as well through SharePoint. We've tried creating an Infopath form with standard fields that staff need to fill out when requesting a VM, e.g. Number of vCPUs, Amount of memory, Number of disk partitions and sizes, OS, system owner, purpose etc etc.. What I'm trying to achieve is: - User fills in VM request form and submits. - Form goes to their department head for approval, then to I.T. manager for approval and then onto the helpdesk for creation. - The data from the VM request form is used to automatically generate a VM listing in SharePoint which lists things such as server name, server specs, system owner, purpose, etc. - The staff can at any time then go in and revise the specs (e.g. increase memory from 8gb to 16gb) and re-submit the form for the change to be made. With this listing we would then be able to sort the VMs by system owner, amount of memory used etc to do some basic reporting. We're not having much luck with the Infopath form working in SharePoint and getting the list to display. Can anyone suggest a tool which might do what we need? It's a simple requirement which we could get someone to develop a solution for within a few hours but want to see what's out there first. Cheers!