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puppetlabs-dsc - Puppet module for PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) integration

  •    PowerShell

The Puppet dsc module manages Windows PowerShell DSC (Desired State Configuration) resources.This module generates Puppet types based on DSC Resources MOF (Managed Object Format) schema files.

packer-dsc - DSC Provisioner for Packer.io

  •    Go

A Desired State Configuration provisioner for Packer.io, the machine image automation tool, allowing you to automate the generation of your Windows machine images in a repeatable, reliable way.Works nicely when combined with a Vagrant development workflow, possibly leveraging the Vagrant DSC plugin.

ActiveDirectoryCSDsc - This DSC Resource module can be used to install or uninstall Active Directory Certificate Services components in Windows Server

  •    PowerShell

The ActiveDirectoryCSDsc DSC resources have been specifically tested as a method to populate a Certificate Services server role on Windows Server 2012 R2 and above after the Certificate Services role and the Web Enrollment feature have been enabled. Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) is used to create certification authorities and related role services that allow you to issue and manage certificates used in a variety of applications. This DSC resource can be used to address some of the most common scenarios including the need for a Stand-Alone Certificate Authority or an Active Directory Trusted Root Certificate Authority and the Certificate Services website for users to submit and complete certificate requests. In a specific example, when building out a web server workload such as an internal website that provides confidential information to be accessed from computers that are members of an Active Directory domain, AD CS can provide a source for the SSL certificates that will automatically be trusted.

CertificateDsc - This DSC Resource module can be used to simplify administration of certificates on a Windows Server

  •    PowerShell

The CertificateDsc module is a part of the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resource Kit, which is a collection of DSC Resources. This module includes DSC resources that simplify administration of certificates on a Windows Server, with simple declarative language. This project has adopted this code of conduct.




SharePointDsc - The SharePointDsc PowerShell module provides DSC resources that can be used to deploy and manage a SharePoint farm

  •    CSharp

The SharePointDsc PowerShell module (formerly known as xSharePoint) provides DSC resources that can be used to deploy and manage a SharePoint farm. Please leave comments, feature requests, and bug reports in the issues tab for this module.

SqlServerDsc - This module contains DSC resources for deployment and configuration of SQL Server.

  •    PowerShell

The SqlServerDsc module contains DSC resources for deployment and configuration of SQL Server. This project has adopted this code of conduct.

StorageDsc - This DSC Resource module is used to manage storage on Windows Servers.

  •    PowerShell

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments. For a full list of resources in StorageDsc and examples on their use, check out the StorageDsc wiki.

DSC-Integration-with-Arduino-Mega-Shield-RS-232 - DSC - Integration with SmartThings (RS232)

  •    Groovy

DSC Alarm interface to SmartThings. Able to arm/disarm, monitor zone status and trigger the panic alarm. The IT-100 interface is connected to the communication and power lines of the DSC alarm panel (AUX+/AUX- for power and GRN/YEL for data). An Arduino is used to decode the commands from the alarm system and interface with the SmartThings hub. The output of the IT-100 interface is RS232 at 12V levels therefore it can't be directly connected to the Arduino board (it will only accept 5V levels), therefore an RS232 shield is used to convert to the right levels. You may also use a 9v (1A) power adapter connected to the Arduino Mega to have a steady power source.


AutomatedLab.Common - PowerShell module for daily administrative tasks and general helper functions

  •    PowerShell

This repository collects helper functions from different areas like DSC, Networking, PKI, ... for use in your infrastructure. Our module AutomatedLab heavily relies on these cmdlets as well. Our common cmdlets include adding modules, functions and variables to PowerShell sessions, enabling the ?? operator, synchronizing cmdlet parameters and many more.

DscWorkshop

  •    PowerShell

The best way (but not mandatory), to follow along, is to get your git and github setup. Once logged in to github, create a fork of the following repository: https://github.com/AutomatedLab/DscWorkshop by clicking on the FORK button on the right of the page.

active-directory-lab-hybrid-adfs - Create a full AD/CA/ADFS/WAP lab environment with Azure AD Connect installed

  •    PowerShell

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

WmiNamespaceSecurityDsc - This module contains DSC resources to manage WMI Namespace Security.

  •    PowerShell

This module contains DSC resources to manage WMI Namespace Security. This project has adopted this code of conduct.

cMsmq - The cMsmq DSC resource module.

  •    PowerShell

The cMsmq module contains DSC resources for managing private MSMQ queues. Supports Windows Server 2008 R2 and later.

cNtfsAccessControl - The cNtfsAccessControl DSC resource module.

  •    PowerShell

The cNtfsAccessControl module contains DSC resources for NTFS access control management. You can also download this module from the PowerShell Gallery.

cADFS - This repository contains the cADFS PowerShell module, containing Desired State Configuration (DSC) resources to manage Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)

  •    PowerShell

This repository contains the cADFS PowerShell module, containing Microsoft Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) resources to manage Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS). The cADFS module was created in order to configure certain components of the Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Windows Server role using a declarative syntax, through the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) feature. Using a declarative syntax for configuration of ADFS components ensures that environments can be version controlled over time, and amongst teams of systems administrators.

PowerShell-DevOps - PowerShell scripts or modules for purposes related to DevOps practices

  •    PowerShell

PowerShell scripts or modules for purposes related to DevOps practices

GraniResource - PowerShell Desired State Configuration Resources for real production workload.

  •    PowerShell

DSC Resources published by Grani.Inc. Repository name changed from DSCResources to GraniResource to simplify code management.

dsc - DNS Statistics Collector

  •    C

DNS Statistics Collector (DSC) is a tool used for collecting and exploring statistics from busy DNS servers. It uses a distributed architecture with collectors running on or near nameservers sending their data to one or more central presenters for display and archiving. Collectors use pcap to sniff network traffic. They transmit aggregated data to the presenter as XML data. dsc requires a couple of libraries beside a normal C compiling environment with autoconf, automake, libtool and pkgconfig.

dsp - DNS Statistics Presenter

  •    Perl

DNS Statistics Presenter (DSP) is a tool used for exploring statistics from busy DNS servers collected by DNS Statistics Collector (DSC). Following dependencies are needed, example for Debian/Ubuntu. Check ./configure for a full list of dependencies.






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