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Do we need to be on a specific Bamboo server version to run a remote agent on Windows 10?

Description of issue

(Windows 10, 64 bit):

  • Bamboo Remote Agent Installed
  • Before PC Restart: Able to run Builds successfully with any User ID without any issues
  • After PC Restart:  Not able to run Builds successfully through any of the User IDs
  • After PC Restart:  Able to Run the Build with My User ID by configuring my User ID as Log on at Bamboo Service level through Service Manager. Not what we want. We want any user logged onto the machine

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edwin Rising Star Jun 06, 2018

Hi @Edward Duarte,

It is recommended to create a local Bamboo user account that runs the service.

Running Bamboo as a Windows service as the local user

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