PowerShell Desired State Configuration: DSC Resources

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 23 Aug 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Desired State Configuration (DSC) allows you to automate the way that you manage configuration data for software services as well as the environment in which these services run. DSC uses a set of built-in and custom 'resources' as the building blocks for a configuration. if you have specific requirements you may need to create the relevant resource to make the configuration happen. Nicolas Prigent provides a practical guide to DSC resources…The post PowerShell Desired State Configuration: DSC Resources...

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