Fixed bug in xSmbShare resource which was causing Test-TargetResource to return false negatives when more than three parameters were specified. 184.108.40.206. Initial release with the following resources xSmbShare; Examples Ensure the an SMB share exists. This configuration ensures that there is a share with the description of "This is a test SMB Share".
xSmbShare. Dependencies. This module has no dependencies. Release Notes * Improved Code logic & cosmetic changes * Update appveyor.yml to use the default template. * Added default template files .codecov.yml, .gitattributes, and .gitignore, and .vscode folder. * Changes to xSmbShare
The xSmbShare module is a part of the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resource Kit, which is a collection of DSC Resources produced by the PowerShell Team. This module contains the xSmbShare resource. This DSC Resource allows you to set up and configure a SMB Share. All of the resources in the DSC Resource Kit are provided AS IS, and are not supported through any Microsoft ...
Description. This is an auto-generated module, using the Puppet DSC Builder to vendor and expose the xsmbshare PowerShell module's DSC resources as Puppet resources. The functionality of this module comes entirely from the vendored PowerShell resources, which are pinned at v220.127.116.11 . The PowerShell module describes itself like this:
Install-Module -Name xSmbShare You can deploy this package directly to Azure Automation. Note that deploying packages with dependencies will deploy all the dependencies to Azure Automation.
Install the xSmbShare resource. Call the Install-Module cmdlet to install the xSmbShare module. Install-Module is included in the PowerShellGet module, which is included in PowerShell 5.0. The xSmbShare contains the DSC resource xSmbShare, which can be used to create an SMB file share.
The first thing to do to use Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) to manage SMB shares is to go the Scripting Guys Script Repository and download the xSmbShare PowerShell Module, which is part of the DSC Resource Kit. This module comes in a ZIP file. I had to extract the file. Inside the compressed file, is a folder named xSmbShare.
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