To run CloudBees Jenkins Distribution on Microsoft Windows, use the MSI file from the CloudBees Jenkins Distribution download site.
The checksum file can be used to verify that the
cloudbees-jenkins-distribution.zipis correct. Compare the contents of
cloudbees-jenkins-distribution.zip.sha256with the output of the following PowerShell command:
$(CertUtil -hashfile D:\Users\USER\Downloads\cloudbees-jenkins-distribution.zip SHA256) -replace " ",""
Unpack the archive and execute the CloudBees Jenkins Distribution installer,
The CloudBees Jenkins Distribution installer for Microsoft Windows requires a 64-bit operating system and a compatible .NET framework (2.0, 3.5.1, 4.0) in order to be installed as a service. Most Microsoft Windows versions install a compatible framework by default.
After the process has completed, CloudBees Jenkins Distribution service should start automatically and be available
in a web browser at
localhost:8080 by default.
The setup process can be done using the Getting Started wizard.
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