Recently I’ve been using Ansible to push out updates to vSphere environments that have a lot of hosts, but no working installation of VMWare Update Manager available. During the creation of the below playbook, I found a few interesting caveats to using Ansible to manage your ESXI hosts and vCenter. To resolve this, I’ve created …
Many times when working with Powershell Modules, I’m presented with an object that contains data that I want, but it’s embedded inside nested hash tables, or isn’t quite storing the data in a way that’s useful for me to work with.
Lately I’ve been using Ansible to update configurations on my JunOS devices. Here’s a fun little script to get you started. It will print the configuration of the DHCP service on a JunOS device, then update the name-server DHCP option to something new. The following playbook uses the JunOS ansible role
Are you using a Pulse Secure VPN Appliance and need to roll out a connection profile update to clients, but don’t want to reinstall them all using MSI’s and command line parameters? Then you’ve come to the right post!
Here’s a quick script to backup the configuration of a PA Firewall using the API to a XML file, Similar to a few other scripts online, but a little cleaner. Modify the following to suit your environment