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Can windows agent use a .exe located on a drive different from that of the working drive?

I am doing some integration with a reporting tool and a windows bamboo agent. The working directory on the windows agent is on the C: drive.  The installed software I want to integrate with is located on the D: drive.  Is there some way I can point the agents sub directory to a different disk on the computer?

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So thank you James for the response.  The Capability will work and I have also thought I may try to just write a script that will change to the correct disk and execute the CI commands.

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Jimmy Seddon
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May 08, 2019

Hi Landon,

Your question appears different from the details you provided.  I'm going to try and answer the question and please let me know if I have mis-understood what you are trying to accomplish.

If you are trying to call/execute a *.exe file that is installed on an agent machine have you tried adding it as a "Server capabilities" for local agents, or to the "Capabilities" tab on a remote agent?

AgentCapabilities.JPG

From there you should be able to add a "Command" task in your Build Plan or Deployment Project that can call that executable with the parameters that you wish to execute.

CommandTask.JPG

I hope that helps answer your question!

-James

@Jimmy Seddon  thanks for the prompt response. This was a different approach than I was thinking.  Let me see if I can work this out.

Jimmy Seddon
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May 10, 2019

Hey Landon,

I'm glad that was able to get things working for you!

-James

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