Hopefully a very simple question, please excuse my lack of knowledge. We are running chef-client 12.5.1 on windows server 2012R2.
When I run chef-client directly from a PowerShell window using just ‘chef-client’ I get a reasonable level of detail in the log including when not_if and only_if gauds have been skipped. I also get a summary at the end of the chef-client run telling me how many resources have been updated etc.
When the chef run is started using a scheduled task (we are running the chef-client::Task cookbook) I do not get the summary of resources updated and details of not_if and only_if skips etc.
I have read about report and exception handlers, do I need to configure the chef-handler cookbook to emulate the log and report when run using chef-client? If so any idea of what to set?
Thanks in advance