Thursday, February 14, 2019

How to install Jenkins on Windows using windows installer?

In the blog post Jenkins installation using war we have seen installing Jenkins using a war file. In this post we will see installing Jenkins using windows installer on windows machine.

Step 1: Download the windows installer from here.

Step 2: Unzip the folder and double click on the (.msi) file.


Step 3: Click on the "Next" button to start the installation.


Step 4: If you want to change the destination folder click on the "Change.." button, otherwise click on "Next".


Step 5: Click on "Install" button.


Step 6: Installation should be started and it will take few minutes.


Step 7: Once  the installation completed, you will be directed to http://localhost:8080 in a browser.


Step 8: Admin password can be found at the location "C:\Program Files (x86)\Jenkins\secrets" in "initialAdminPassword" file. Open the file in a notepad, copy the password and enter it in the field, click on "continue".


Step 9: Next it will ask you to install plugins, you can choose either "Install Suggested Plugins" or "Select Plugins to Install". Wait for plugins to install.

Step 10: Next create your account by entering your username and password, then click on "Save and Continue".


Step 11: Jenkins default url "http://localhost:8080" will be displayed, you can change it if required or use default by clicking on "Save and Finish" button.


Step 12: Then Jenkins Ready window will displayed, click on "Start using Jenkins".


Step 13: You will be shown up with Jenkins dashboard page as shown in the below image.


This how we can install Jenkins using windows installer on windows machine. We have already seen installing Jenkins using .war file in the blog post using WAR file .

Hope this information is helpful, please share with your friends. Thanks!!

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