Knowing what software is installed on your desktops and servers is crucial in an organization. This is common sense to sysadmins. We like to know information such as installation date, version and who installed it. By default, in Windows, you can get some of this...
In this article, I will discuss some of the ways to configure virtual machines using Vagrant networking.
In this article, I will point out five commands that every Vagrant user needs to know.
There once was a time where the worlds of Microsoft and Linux were greatly at odds. Each faction trying to destroy the other and win the war of the operating systems. Times have changed.
Puppet may be a Linux-based system but it still boasts many Windows functions. Here is how you can manage Windows services with Puppet.
In this article, I will show how to deploy the Chocolatey Agent Service which allows end users to use a GUI to choose what packages to install or uninstall.
If you manage both Windows and Linux in your environment (which almost everyone does) why would you want to use more than one method to remotely manage computers?
Vagrant is an excellent tool used for testing out application deployments and scripts. It is lightweight, fast, and allows you to bring up environments quickly. Vagrant supplies several “provisioners” that allow boxes to be configured via shell script or using various...
If your organization is serious about using Chocolatey as a means for Windows package management, then setting up your own internal package repository is a must.
Vagrant provides a solution for creating disposable and consistent environments, all within a single configuration file.