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I am setting up my ansible playbook to configure my servers to authenticate through Windows AD rather than the local authentication system. I everything is working except when I run

net ads join -U myusername

This command requires that I type in myusername's password, which is different than the ssh and sudo passwords. Is there a way to either store a password in vault and have ansible grab it for that command? If not, is there a way to have ansible prompt me for the password rather than just crash so I can type it in manually? T

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You can supply the password to net ads join like this:

net ads join -U <username>%<password>

Store the password in an ansible vault file, then use it in the Ansible task using the shell or command module as usual.

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