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Create windows schedule task from exported xml stored on puppet fileserver


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released May 10th 2017
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noma4i/windows_xmltask — version 0.1.4 May 10th 2017

Puppet Windows XML Task


Creating windows schedule task from previously exported.

##Module Description

Windows schedule tasks are tricky. Sometimes you need to setup very special attributes like parallel process run. I have ended with simple solution: create task via GUI and export as xml file and import it later.


windows_xmltask {'My Task Name':
    ensure => present,
    overwrite => 'false',
    xmlfile => 'puppet:///config/soft/my_exported_task.xml',



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