I usually just copy/paste a Chocolatey install command that does it all at once. Everything else is on separate media that requires no install. Example, copy over games, import them in... such as into Steam.
I was going to mention... with Chocolatey tool choco list -lo just pipe it to a text file.
But that only gives you things installed through Chocolatey. Dustin's OP gives you everything installed through the normal Windows installer process (and registers the install).
I recall when chocolatey didn't use the windows installer process for everything - things are much better now.
It is package by package. Lots of things, through Chocolatey or not, don't use the Windows installer process.
I've not seen Chocolatey not register software installs in Windows, ever.
I have. Many times. Most of the time I think that it does, but it is not Chocolatey that does it when it does.
With what software specifically?
Try installing Sysinternal tools, it will not register at all, that is one example. You can do so with Chocolatey.
I never installed that stuff anyways. That Chocolatey doesn't is nothing new.
I thought you wanted to know which applications would do that, but I guess I read wrong.
Too bad ovs isnt in the repos for RHEL/CentOS. You can set up these private networks and connect them through a VXLAN with ovs. That way you can have something like a separate dev network on the same hosts and they can communicate between hosts.
Not available in the epel repo?
That is apparently the case unless my google--fu isn't up to snuff
Nope. It is available in Fedora though. If you want to install it you have to manually build the RPMs. While not hard to build it would be a pain to maintain updates.
OVS is used by oVirt so maybe the centos ovirt repo has it (or the ovirt stable repo)
I'm assuming it's just building the RPM since it's not in the normal repo.
I have tried connecting virt manger to my KVM host but I get all kinds of errors. Not sure if I am doing it right. Do you have a guide for connecting to a remote KVM host with virt manger for a non-root user? I get lots of accessed denied. I did end up finding your guide after searching cockpit on the forum.
You have to put your user in the virtual manager group. Forget the proper name of the group.