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How do I configure a jump host to access Windows servers that I have no direct access to?

The Ansible documentation explains how to do this for Linux but doesn't mention how to achieve something similar when using WinRM against Windows servers.

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You can send winrm traffic thru a proxy such as nginx since it's just basic https traffic. If you set up a rule per "target node" in your nginx config so that each node gets a unique url (proxy.domain.com/node1, proxy.domain.com/node2 etc) and each node points to real.fqdn.com/wsman) you will be able to proxy multiple winrm connections thru one jump host. This was discussed in the following PR: https://github.com/ansible/ansible/pull/12054

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