How do I access shell environment variables using Ansible Playbook

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How do I access shell environment variables using Ansible Playbook?
Jan 30 in Ansible by Tina
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Hey @Tina, If you need to access existing variables on the controller, use the env lookup plugin.

If you need to set env variable for task execution, then edit modules and templates according to your OS and requirements. there is no direct way to achieve this. 

answered Jan 30 by Mahir

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