Ansible Playbook to Setup a Windows 10 Enterprise Host to Stream with OBS.
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README.md

Ansible Playbook WINDOWS OBS Setup

Ansible Playbook to Setup a Windows 10 Enterprise Host to Stream with OBS.

WINTERKONGRESS 2022 Edition -> This version of the ansible playbook is designed deploy the chvoc setup for winterkongress 2022!

Requirements

Your Windows 10 Host has the following Software Requirements bevore starting ansible usage (based on windows_setup.html#host-requirements:

  • PowerShell version 3.0 or newer
  • .NET Framework 4.0 or newer

This Playbook is only tested at Windows 10 Enterprise

How to get the Version Number

Powershell

# In your Powershell
Get-Host | Select-Object Version

.NET Framework

# In your Powershell
(Get-ItemProperty "HKLM:SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full").Version

Windows Version

# In your Powershell
(Get-ItemProperty "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion").ProductName

Configure Ansible Access (WinRM Setup)

configure WinRM Access

Configure WinRM with the ConfigureRemotingForAnsible.ps1 Script as described in docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/user_guide/windows_setup.html#winrm-setup in your WINDOWS PowerShell.

configure ansible setup

  • add your host to the hosts.ini file.
  • add the following variables in the host_vars:
---
# host_vars/$hostname/vars.yml
ansible_connection: winrm
ansible_user: 'Windows_Admin_User'
ansible_password: 'Your_Windows_Admin_Password'
ansible_winrm_server_cert_validation: ignore

validate access

After you installed the required deploy host python packages you can verify that the access is working by running the following ad-hoc command

ansible -m win_ping all

Ansible deploy host requirements

pip install pywinrm

Name convention

Use obs-$name with any name of My little Pony villans.

Ad-hoc copy file example:

# create C:\media\
ansible -m ansible.windows.win_file -a "path='C:\media' state=directory" all

# copy file
ansible -m ansible.windows.win_copy -a "src=/tmp/copy.txt dest='C:\media\copy.txt'" all