windows-server-2019-vs2019 is a Windows Server 2019 machine executor image with Visual Studio Code created by CircleCI with continuous integration builds in mind.
See the docs page for information on getting started using Windows on CircleCI.
For more customization options, we offer a VM Service as well with dedicated Windows virtual machines running bespoke and static images.
To use the Windows executor and the available Windows images, it is easiest to utilize the Windows orb:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12version: 2.1 orbs: win: firstname.lastname@example.org jobs: build: executor: win/server-2019 steps: - run: Write-Host 'Hello, Windows' workflows: my-workflow: jobs: - build
The above example uses the Windows orb Windows orb to easily access the Windows machine executor and image in a standardized way.
To use the image directly in the machine executor, you can use:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10version: 2.1 jobs: build: machine: image: 'windows-server-2019-vs2019:stable' resource_class: windows.medium shell: powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass steps: - run: Write-Host 'Hello, Windows'
Three shells are provided and can be specified within your command. The above uses
powershell.exe, but you can run bash and cmd commands with
This image is based on Windows Server 2019 and contains various Linux and Windows utilities needed to run most builds on CircleCI. Images are typically updated and released every month.
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The past four updates in ascending order:
Windows Server 2019 Core Datacenter Edition
current - This image tag points to the latest, production ready Windows image.
This image should be used by projects that want a decent level of stability but would like to get occasional software updates.
edge - This image tag points to the latest version of the Windows image and is built from the HEAD of the main branch.
This tag is intended to be used as a testing version of the image with the most recent changes and not guaranteed to be stable