Install the Comply module
Install the Comply module from Puppet Forge.
The Comply module lives on Puppet Forge, a repository of thousands of modules. If you're new to PE and Comply, see Managing environment content with a Puppetfile for more information on the Puppetfile and installing modules.
Go to the comply module on the Forge.
Follow the instructions in the r10k or Code Manager drop-down menu to add the module declaration to your Puppetfile. You also need to add its dependencies. For example:
# Puppet comply module mod 'puppetlabs/comply', '2.12.0' # dependencies for comply mod 'puppet/archive', '6.0.2' mod 'puppetlabs/chocolatey', '6.1.1' mod 'puppetlabs/inifile', '5.2.0' mod 'puppetlabs/ruby_task_helper', '0.6.0' mod 'puppetlabs/stdlib', '8.1.0' mod 'puppetlabs/powershell', '5.0.0' mod 'puppetlabs/registry', '4.0.1' mod 'puppetlabs/pwshlib', '0.10.1'
If you don’t specify options, Code Manager installs the latest version and does not update it automatically. To always have the latest version installed, specify
:latestand it updates automatically when a new version is released. Make sure you are always running the latest version of Comply if you intend to use the
:latestkeyword to update the Comply module. To install a specific version of the module that does not update automatically, specify the version number as a string.Important: If you choose a specific version of the module, it must be the same as the Comply version. For example, version 2.3.0 of the module must be installed for Comply 2.3.0.Note: When configuring the Comply module for macOS, you must ensure Java is installed on the Comply nodes. Unlike Windows and Linux, there is no packaged JRE for macOS within the module.
SSH into your PE primary server and deploy the
puppet-code deploy --all