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PowerShell module for managing Chocolatey internalizing for enterprises and remote upgrading of client packages with PowerShell remoting and Boxstarter.

Authored by Dan Franciscus




The easiest way to get Chocolatey-tools is using the PowerShell Gallery!

Inspecting the module

Best practice is that you inspect modules prior to installing them. You can do this by saving the module to a local path:

PS> Save-Module -Name Chocolatey-tools -Path <path>

Installing the module

Once you trust a module, you can install it using:

PS> Install-Module -Name Chocolatey-tools

Updating Chocolatey-tools

Once installed from the PowerShell Gallery, you can update it using:

PS> Update-Module -Name Chocolatey-tools

Uninstalling Chocolatey-tools

To uninstall Chocolatey-tools:

PS> Uninstall-Module -Name Chocolatey-tools

Contributing to Chocolatey-tools

Interested in contributing? Read how you can Contribute to Chocolatey-tools

This project maintains a Code of Conduct that establishes how the project is governed and how everyone involved is expected to behave. You can report unacceptable behavior to

Release History

A detailed release history is contained in the Change Log.


Chocolatey-tools is provided under the MIT license.

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