For example, these parameters on the
framework.server.name = 172.20.10.190 framework.server.hostname = 172.20.10.190 framework.server.port = 4440 framework.server.url = http://172.20.10.190:4440
Hope it helps!
The Rundeck/Ansible integration works to dispatch commands/playbooks to your Ansible inventory as Rundeck nodes (and I think that is your goal), is a way to use Rundeck to manage your Ansible server.
The example is focused on SSH Linux nodes.
If you’re trying to use a Windows machine as a target node, the best way is to use the WinRM protocol (you can achieve this not only using the ansible integration, you can use the pywinrm plugin directly on Rundeck).
An Ansible Inventory example of that windows box could be:
[mywindows] 192.168.1.84 ansible_shell_type=powershell [mywindows:vars] ansible_user=windowsuser ansible_password=password ansible_port=5985 ansible_connection=winrm ansible_winrm_scheme=http ansible_winrm_server_cert_validation=ignore
This specific windows protocol needs some steps from the windows target node side, please take a look at this.