xComputerManagement

4.1.0.0

The xComputerManagement module is originally part of the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resource Kit. This version has been modified for use in Azure. This module contains the xComputer and xDisk resources. These DSC Resources allow you to perform computer management tasks, like joining a domain or initializing disks.

All of the resources in t
The xComputerManagement module is originally part of the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resource Kit. This version has been modified for use in Azure. This module contains the xComputer and xDisk resources. These DSC Resources allow you to perform computer management tasks, like joining a domain or initializing disks.

All of the resources in the DSC Resource Kit are provided AS IS, and are not supported through any Microsoft standard support program or service.

Minimum PowerShell version

4.0

Installation Options

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Install-Module -Name xComputerManagement

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Author(s)

Microsoft Corporation

Copyright

(c) 2017 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Owners

Tags

DesiredStateConfiguration DSC DSCResourceKit DSCResource

DSCResources

xComputer xOfflineDomainJoin xPowerPlan xScheduledTask xVirtualMemory

Dependencies

This module has no dependencies.

Release Notes

- xScheduledTask:
 - Update existing Scheduled Task using SetScheduleTask
   instead of UnRegister/Register - See [Issue 134](https://github.com/PowerShell/xComputerManagement/issues/134).
- Fix master branch AppVeyor badge link URL in README.MD - See [Issue 140](https://github.com/PowerShell/xComputerManagement/issues/140).
- Fix deletion of scheduled task with unknown or empty task trigger.
 Get-TargetResource returns an empty ScheduleType string if the task
 trigger is empty or unknown - See [Issue
 137](https://github.com/PowerShell/xComputerManagement/issues/137).
- Added dependency information for xScheduledTask to README.MD.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
4.1.0.0 (current version) 104,989 3/22/2018
4.0.0.0 19,653 2/8/2018
3.2.0.0 11,843 12/20/2017
3.1.0.0 9,391 11/15/2017
3.0.0.0 5,891 10/5/2017
2.1.0.0 78,480 8/23/2017
2.0.0.0 12,587 7/12/2017
1.10.0.0 5,312 5/31/2017
1.9.0.0 28,441 12/14/2016
1.8.0.0 20,358 8/10/2016
1.7.0.0 8,751 6/29/2016
1.6.0.0 1,867 5/18/2016
1.5.0.0 10,123 3/31/2016
1.4.0.0 1,420 2/3/2016
1.3.0 2,828 6/8/2015
1.2.2 575 2/19/2015
1.2.1 186 5/13/2014
1.2 52 4/8/2014