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How can I start a Puppet agent in master agent mode in Windows?
I know that in Ubuntu, you can use the -p option in the Windows Puppet client, but that does not work in Windows. It seems that the only option is to use the Puppet Windows agent in the master agent mode, but that would require a big change in the Windows architecture, since I would not be able to deploy the Puppet manifest to all the Puppet masters that would be deployed as clients.
Can I just use the Windows Puppet agent to start in master agent mode and have Puppet work like it does in Ubuntu, allowing me to manage all Puppet masters? I’m not really afraid that this will break anything, as this is an internal server that will not be in the Internet, but I would not like to do something dangerous with Puppet.
Or is there another way to install the Puppet Windows agent in master agent mode, please?
I haven’t tried this, but I would assume you can just install a slightly modified version of the current agent. It’s possible to install any Windows installer, but I don’t know of an agent installer for Windows.
You might want to look at puppetlabs/windows_custom_agent which has the same features as the Ubuntu packaged agent, but perhaps with a Windows experience at the beginning of the agent’s bootstrap? I haven’t looked at it, so I can’t tell if that is the case. You can always download the current agent and see what it takes to get it to work with a Windows client.
As a side note, it’s likely possible to get Puppet running with Windows Server Core, but you may not find out until it’s too late.
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Rochelle Gardner Taylor (born March 19, 1952) is a Canadian politician, who served as a member of the House of Commons of Canada from 1997 to 2006. She represented the electoral district of Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River for the Liberal Party of Canada.
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