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Introducing some Windows-specific facts recently added to Facter to give you Windows-specific build and installed edition information.
The Windows collection page is designed to give you the how-to content and Puppet modules in one easy place so you can solve your problems faster.
Learn how Puppet regularly helps organizations manage their Windows infrastructure with stories from Puppet customers, partners, and employees.
The popular Puppet VSCode extension is moving to the Puppet namespace and has some new features you may not know about. Get the new extension today.
Now that we have better supported workflows for agent bootstrapping, we’ll be removing the Azure VM extension soon. Check out the recommendation to bootstrap your agents.
A guide to implementing HTTPS for WinRM automatically with Puppet.
Microsoft announced the deprecation of Linux/UNIX client support in SCCM. Learn how Puppet can help improve the efficiency for Linux & Windows teams.
The recommended practices for upgrading your Puppet-managed Windows 2008 servers.
A guide to automating patch management on Windows with Puppet.
We’re exploring and improving how we manage Hyper-V on Windows with Puppet, and wanted to share with our customers what we learned.
An extended example demonstrating how you can reuse a PowerShell script by converting it into a Task and running it with Bolt.
The Puppet SQL Server module now has Bolt tasks! Learn how they work, how to use them, and even how you can build your own.
Whether you’re looking to expand across your Windows estate, or thinking of deploying Puppet for the first time, we hope these answers help you.
Part two of a blog series about using Bolt to write PowerShell Tasks, on Windows, for Windows. See testable PowerShell examples and learn more.
System engineer Dan Franciscus takes us through the steps of using custom DSC resources in Puppet with the dsc_lite module.
Read about how the University of Saskatchewan used Puppet’s dsc_lite module to upgrade from a SharePoint 2013 farm to 2016.
The dsc_lite 1.0 module is aimed at practitioners who would like to use DSC in a more direct way through Puppet, and find our dsc module too heavy.
Part one of a blog series about using and writing PowerShell tasks, on Windows, for Windows.