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windows-openstack-imaging-tools - activate Windows instance

asked 2016-08-10 14:18:34 +0300

jbalciunas gravatar image

updated 2016-11-11 22:15:25 +0300

Claudiu Belu gravatar image

Hi,

currently the workflow for windows-openstack-imaging-tools does an automated cloudbase-init deployment in Logon.ps1 by issuing the following command:

$p = Start-Process -Wait -PassThru -FilePath msiexec -ArgumentList "/i $CloudbaseInitMsiPath /qn /l*v $CloudbaseInitMsiLog LOGGINGSERIALPORTNAME=$serialPortName"

I've been able to modify the command slightly to use the built-in Administrator account by adding USERNAME property to the command which is great, however, I'm struggling to find an option to add activate_windows=true to the cloudbase-init config files in an automated fashion.

What would be your suggestion for doing this?

Thanks!

Justinas

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answered 2016-08-24 19:23:31 +0300

avladu gravatar image

Hello,

This can be achieved by manually or automatically adding the entry to the cloudbase-init.conf file. Here is the workflow we are using to install cloudbase-init in the image: https://github.com/cloudbase/windows-...

You can also use the ini.psm1 powershell module to add the desired configuration values to the configuration file: https://github.com/cloudbase/windows-...

Thank you,

Adrian Vladu

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