Updating the stack of a Windows apps on Pivotal Application Service for Windows (PASW)

August 14, 2019
Operators can use the Stack Auditor CF CLI plugin to get an inventory of all apps and their current stack, in a given foundation. They can also use the plugin to update an app stack to `windows` without needing access to the app’s source or automation pipeline. This video walks you through all these steps as well how to confirm changes were successful.
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