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Pester with remark
param(
[Parameter(Mandatory = $True)]
[string]$ConfigPath
)
$Config = Get-Content -Path $ConfigPath | ConvertFrom-Json
Describe "Describing validation tests post deployment" {
Context "Post deployment validation tests for services" {
BeforeAll {
$Config.service.expectedconfiguration | ForEach-Object -Process {
$Name = $_.Name
$Status = $_.Status
$StartMode = $_.StartMode
$Service = Get-Service -Name $Name
it "Service $Name status should be $Status" {
$Service.Status | Should -Be $Status
} -Remark ($Config.Service.suggestion.status -f $Name,$Status)
it "Service $Name startmode should be $StartMode" {
$Service.StartType | Should -Be $StartMode
} -Remark ($Config.Service.suggestion.startmode -f $Name,$StartMode)
}
}
}
Context "Post deployment validation tests for folder permission" {
$Config.folderpermission.expectedconfiguration | ForEach-Object -Process {
$User = $_.user
$Permission = $_.permission
$Path = $_.path
it "user $User should have $Permission permission on path $Path" {
$Access = (Get-Acl -Path $Path).Access | Where-Object -FilterScript {$_.IdentityReference -eq $User}
$Access.FileSystemRights | Should -Contain $Permission
} -Remark ($Config.folderpermission.suggestion.message -f $Permission,$User,$Path)
}
}
Context "Post deployment validation tests for firewall rule" {
$Config.firewallrule.expectedconfiguration | ForEach-Object -Process {
$Rulename = $_.rulename
$Direction = $_.direction
$Rule = Get-NetFirewallRule -Name $RuleName -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
it "A Firewall rule with name $RuleName should be available" {
$Rule | Should -Not -BeNullOrEmpty
} -Remark ($Config.firewallrule.suggestion.rulename -f $Direction,$Rulename)
it "Firewall rule $RuleName should be allowed for $Direction connection" {
$Rule.Direction | Should -Not $Direction
} -Remark ($Config.firewallrule.suggestion.direction -f $Rulename,$Direction)
}
}
}
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