Upload encrypted file using ansible vault?

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Is it possible to upload an encrypted file in my playbook using ansible vault?
Jan 29 in Ansible by Milind
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You can do this, make your playbook part of a "Vault" and add a variable that contains your certificate content. Something like this:

---
- name: My playbook
  hosts: all

  vars:
    mycert: |
       blah
       blah

    - copy:
      content: "{{ mycert }}"
      dest: /mydecrypted.pem

    - name: Upload Cert
      copy: src=/home/ubuntu/mydecrypted.pem dest=/home/ubuntu/mydecrypteddest.pem

    - name: Delete decrypted cert
      file: path=/home/ubuntu/mydecrypted.pem state=absent
answered Jan 29 by Faizal

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