Using Ansible on Windows


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Welcome to the Ansible guide for Microsoft Windows. This guide shows you how to set up Ansible on a Windows host, configure WinRM for Ansible, perform operations, and tune performance. Additionally, because Windows is not a POSIX-compliant operating system, Ansible interacts with Windows hosts differently to Linux/Unix hosts. You can find information about those differences, and everything you need to know about using Ansible on Windows, in this guide.