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Provisioners use built-in and third-party software to install and configure the machine image after booting. Provisioners prepare the system for use, so common use cases for provisioners include:

  • Installing applications
  • Configuring operating system components
  • Creating users
  • Downloading application code
Provisioners overview

Table view #

The provisioners table view shows the following columns:

  • Name: the name of the provisioner
  • Type: the type of the provisioner
  • Command: the command for the provisioner
  • Description: the description of the provisioner
  • Pause before: if you like you can also show the pause before value (where applicable)
  • Timeout: if you like you can also show the time-out value (where applicable)
  • Creation Date and Update Date: the date when provisioner has been created and updated

Add provisioners #

Create a new provisioner by clicking on +.

Add provisioners

You can select the Provisioner Type.

List of provisioner

The currently Available Provisioners are:

  • PowerShell Command
  • PowerShell Script
  • Linux Shell Command
  • Linux Shell Script
  • File
  • Windows Update
  • Windows Restart
  • DSC Local Configuration
  • DSC Pullserver Configuration
  • Application Group Installer
  • Application Role Installer

The provisioners have different fields that need to be specified depending on the use case und functionality.

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