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Configuring remote agent executable capabilities using

Hello Everyone,

I'm new to bamboo. Right now i have .net core project and i want to automatically deploy it in a server using bamboo.

Rather than adding a executable capability directly from the UI, I want to add a executable capability directly in the remote agent. So i followed the steps mentioned in the page Configuring remote agent capabilities using 

But in configuring remote agent capabilities they stated a format to add the executable capability, the format is

system.builder.<executable type>.<executable label>=<executable path>

For example: i would like to add the executable capability like dotnet(version 3.0.100).

location for my file dotnet is "C:\Program Files\dotnet"

I also tried adding like this "system.builder.dotnet.Dotnet=C:\Program Files\dotnet\dotnet.exe" into a file named "" and moved this file inside the folder "C:\bamboo-agent\bamboo-agent-home\bin". Restarted my remote agent.

After doing this i created a plan and tried to add a executeable task but unfortunately there is no executable task named "Dotnet" is displaying inside my bamboo.

Kind of stuck again & confused. Please have a look at the attached images for your reference. Thanks in Advance. Executable task.png

References :




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Jimmy Seddon
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Oct 28, 2019

Hey @Ramasamy,

Since you have a topic here, I'm just going to link back to here for the single conversation piece we had in the other thread.

If you can't see the Agents from the Admin UI to know if they are recognizing the capability you added.  Able to take a look at the remote agent log file to see if there were any errors on startup?  Or are you able to have one of your administrators assist with looking into things on the Bamboo server itself?

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