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Hello,

The cloudbase-init plugins' execution state is persisted in the registry. To reexecute all the plugins, you can:

Remove-Item -Recurse "HKLM:\\Software\Cloudbase Solutions"


If you desire to reexecute only one plugin, you need to navigate to the correct registry key, with the name of the plugin and delete it:

Remove-Item -Recurse "HKLM:\\Software\Cloudbase Solutions\<random-GUID>\Plugins\SetHostNamePlugin"


Although this is possible for testing scenarios, it is advisable not to rely on the registry keys deletion(as this is an implementation detail, and not a documented feature) and it might change in the future.

I would stronlgy suggest to regenerate the image or change the image before it has been spawned.

Thank you.