Install Chocolatey

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These steps are to install Chocolatey (choco.exe) itself. You use the module to ensure Chocolatey is installed.

  1. Create a new manifest in the chocolatey module called chocolatey.pp with the following contents:
    include chocolatey
  2. Validate the manifest by running puppet parser validate c:\<FILE PATH>\chocolatey.pp in the command prompt. If the parser returns nothing, it means validation passed.
  3. Apply the manifest by running puppet apply c:\<FILE PATH>\chocolatey.pp

    Your output should look similar to below:

    Notice: Compiled catalog for win2012r2x64 in environment production in 0.58 seconds
    Notice: /Stage[main]/Chocolatey::Install/Windows_env[chocolatey_PATH_env]/ensure
    : created
    Notice: /Stage[main]/Chocolatey::Install/Windows_env[chocolatey_ChocolateyInstal
    l_env]/ensure: created
    Notice: /Stage[main]/Chocolatey::Install/Exec[install_chocolatey_official]/retur
    ns: executed successfully
    Notice: /Stage[main]/Chocolatey::Install/Exec[install_chocolatey_official]: Trig
    gered 'refresh' from 2 events
    Notice: Finished catalog run in 13.22 seconds

    In a production scenario, you’re likely to have a Chocolatey.nupkg file somewhere internal. In cases like that, you can use the internal nupkg for Chocolatey installation:

    class {'chocolatey':
      chocolatey_download_url => 'https://internalurl/to/chocolatey.nupkg',
      use_7zip                => false,
      log_output              => true,
    }
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