Can I configure my virtual machine as slave in Jenkins?

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Can I configure my VM as a slave in Jenkins? My host machine will be master and my VM machine will be the slave machine. Is this possible?
Feb 4 in DevOps Tools by anonymous
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You can certainly use a virtual machine as a Jenkins slave.

All you need to do is set up a VM (OS based on your requirement) to automatically start a service that runs a script to start Jenkins slave.

So if your host is a windows machine which is the Jenkins master, the VM could be used as a slave machine.
answered Feb 4 by anonymous
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