Microsoft Web Platform Installer (WebPI) automates the installation of Microsoft's entire Web Platform. This cookbook makes it easy to get WebpiCmdLine.exe the lightweight CLI version of WebPI onto a Windows node. It also exposes a resource for installing WebPI products idempotently.
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows Server 2003 R2
- Windows 7
- Windows Server 2008 (R1, R2)
node['webpi']['home']- location to install WebPI files to. default is
- :install: install a product using WebpiCmdLine
- product_id: name attribute. Specifies the ID of a product to install.
- accept_eula: specifies that WebpiCmdline should Auto-Accept Eula’s. default is false.
# install IIS 7 Recommended Configuration webpi_product "IIS7" do accept_eula true action :install end # install Windows PowerShell 2.0 webpi_product "PowerShell2" do accept_eula true action :install end
Downloads and unzips
WebpiCmdLine.exe to the location specified by
WebpiCmdLine.exe is used required by the
webpi_product LWRP for taking all actions.
- resource/provider for managing WebPI Applications
- support for alternate custom feeds across all WebPI resources (product and application)
- Ruby 1.9 compat fixes
- don't unzip if files already exist
- initial release
License and Author
Author:: Seth Chisamore (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright:: 2011, Opscode, Inc.
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