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dsc_contrib (6) Versions 0.5.0

Helpers and previews of DSC functionality

cookbook 'dsc_contrib', '= 0.5.0', :supermarket
cookbook 'dsc_contrib', '= 0.5.0'
knife supermarket install dsc_contrib
knife supermarket download dsc_contrib
Quality 43%


This cookbook exists to augment the integration of Chef and Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC).

Back-compat for reboot_action

Chef 12.6 introduces a new property to the dsc_resource resource. When the API that is used by dsc_resource to enforce a desired state (the set method), the API returns a boolean noting if the DSC resource requested a reboot to continue.

This request is separate from any other mechanism that is used by components of the Windows operating system to indicate a reboot is needed (but may be in conjunction with one or more of them).

When this API returns that a reboot is requested, the reboot_action property is used to dynamically create a reboot resource. Valid arguments for reboot_action (at this time) are :reboot_now and :request_reboot. These are the same actions as the reboot resource takes.

This allows you to control reboot requests from DSC in a Chef-friendly fashion.

This cookbook adds reboot_action to Chef 12.4.x and 12.5.x.


cim_instance and cim_instance_array

This cookbook adds cim_instance and cim_instance_array helpers to the dsc_resource resource. This helps support embedded CIM instances for DSC resources that require them.

Both cim_instance and cim_instance_array have the first parameter as the cim instance type and the remaining parameter make up a hash table of the properties to be converted into a CIM instance.

The difference between the helper methods is some resources expect a single CIM instance and some expect an array. PowerShell will not cast it a single instance into an array, so we have to specify that.



This resource will configure some of the basic LCM settings for use with Chef. There is currenlty only one action - :enable

  • action_after_reboot - defaults to 'StopConfiguration'
  • `certificate_id' - default to $null
  • configuration_mode - defaults to 'ApplyOnly'
  • reboot_node_if_needed - defaults to $false
  • debug_mode - defaults to 'NONE'

Dependent cookbooks

compat_resource >= 12.5

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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Acceptable licenses include Apache-2.0, apachev2, Apache 2.0, MIT, mit, GPL-2.0, gplv2, GNU Public License 2.0, GPL-3.0, gplv3, GNU Public License 3.0.

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