Nexus Deployment Best Practise
So I want to deploy NexusServer and include it with my advanced installer.
I have read the manual and see an example of the options:
Will prompt for account, then install the service and ask if it should be started
nxServer.exe /install /username:.\test /password:test /silent
Will (try to) install the service with the given account. If successful it will not start the service or prompt for it.
The question is. There is no way for me to just pass a username and password for the installation on an unknown server. I basically have to get the user to enter hopefully the administrator username and password. Is that correct?
Is there anything else I should keep in mind when distributing the application.
Re: Nexus Deployment Best Practise
> The question is. There is no way for me to just pass a username and
> password for the installation on an unknown server. I basically have
> to get the user to enter hopefully the administrator username and
> password. Is that correct?
No, your advanced installer should have no problems asking the user for
a *new* username and password which is only used for nxServer, and then
pass those details on the command line. That's how I would recommend
Eivind Bakkestuen [NDD]
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