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- Uninstall-CService now kills a service's process when that service stops but is actually still running. This should decrease the frequency of needing to reboot a computer when uninstalling a service.
Cprefix to all Carbon commands, with aliases from old command names to new ones to maintain backwards compatability.
bin\Use-CarbonPrefix.ps1script to Carbon that will update files to use the new Carbon function names.
Pathnote property to returned objects.
- Fixed: Chocolatey uninstaller fails if the
PSModulePathenvironment variable contains trailing or sequential semicolons.
Grant-CPermissioncan now grant multiple permissions to an identity on files, directories, and registry items. Use the
Carbon_PermissionDSC resource can now grant multiple permissions to an identity on files, directories, and registry items. Use the
Disable-IisSecurityAuthenticationsometimes hang. We don't know why, but we're working around the problem. These functions no longer always apply a configuration change. Instead, they only enable/disable security authentication if its not already enabled/disabled.
Install-Servicenow outputs a verbose message showing the command line arguments used when calling
sc.exeto install/update a service.
Carbon_ServiceDSC resource. Thanks to Luigi Grilli for the contribution.
Get-HttpUrlAclreturns no ACLs if any ACLs exist whose identities no longer exist.
- Fixed: Carbon takes 10 to 20 seconds to load. In trying to detect if the Win32_OptionalFeature class is available on the current operating system, it was actually loading all the Win32_OptionalFeature instances. Oops. Now, it just checks for the existence of the Win32_OptionalFeature class. Load times should now be about two to three seconds. (Fixes issue #35.)
- Import-Carbon.ps1 now hides verbose messages typically shown by Import-Module and Remove-Module cmdlets.
Assert-FirewallConfigurablefails on Windows 10.