windows node file-copy-destination-dir #2253

SolarisYan opened this Issue Dec 27, 2016 · 2 comments


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SolarisYan commented Dec 27, 2016 edited

Hi there, i install openssh-server on my windows server, and set the node info as follow:

<node name="win_server_08_ssh" tags="windows_ssh" hostname="xxx" username="rundeck" ssh-key-storage-path="keys/ssh-key/win-ssh" osFamily="windows" file-copy-destination_dir="C:\\Users\\rundeck"/>

and i define a job use inline script, and set it executed as: powershell -File " ${scriptfile} ", when i run this job, it shows the info as
The argument 'C:\Users\rundeck\317-2391-win_server_08_ssh-dispatch-script.tmp.ps1' to the -File parameter does not exist. Provide the path to an existing '.ps1' file as an argument to the -File parameter.

and i find the script in path C:\Users\rundeck with name "CUsersrundeck317-2391-win_server_08_ssh-dispatch-script.tmp.ps1". how strange it is.

my rundeck version is 2.6.9-1.

does it a bug? anyone colud help me. thanks a lot


get it,the file-copy-destination_dir="C:\Users\rundeck" shuold be set C:/Users/rundeck/
that't ok


another issue, on my windows server 2008, the job not exit when the script execute over, but on my own win10 system, it work fine. does it relate with the powershell version?

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