PartialConfiguration without ConfigurationID

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    Arie H
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    HI,

    Based on:
    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/dsc/partialConfigs

    The ConfigurationID needs to be part of the mof file name which is understandable.

    What happens if you choose to use the Congiuration by Name using the RegistrationKey so you wouldnt need to use GUID managment.

    How can i then apply partial configuration ? What will the mof filenames have to be to address this ?

    Thanks,

    Arie H.

  • #32124
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    Arie H
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    Ok, seems i have an asnwer for this somewhat in:
    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/PowerShell/DSC/pullClientConfigNames

    I can use the ConfigurationNames to specify multiple mof files, but just not use the PartialConfiguration command inside my script.

    Is that then the equivalent to partial configurations when you use Name instead of GUID ?

    Thanks again,

    Arie H.

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