Powershell : A simple use of DSC

I’m a great PowerShell fan, I think it’s the second best (or maybe first one) thing Microsoft bring to IT world – for me still the one and best is MS Exchange.
Some time ago MS introduced a thing called Desired State Configuration, as I’m correct it was with PS 3.0, for sure with PS 4.0.
You can read a lot of DSC just to google it or go to MS site. I won’t explain how DSC works and what is the pull server, how to enforce configuration compliance, etc …

For my compliance I’m using SCCM, however I found Powershell DSC really useful for my initial server configuration, so I’d like to share how easy and handy is to build some initial server configurations – “Make it smart, make it simpe” – from this starting point one can go wherever … sky is the limit 🙂 Continue reading