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Is it possible to access windows network drive from Bamboo linux server via any task(script).

I tried out this script

$ curl -v --user <shared folder username>:<shared folder username>  <shared folderpath\File to be moved >  -X PUT curl -u<artifactoryusername:<artifactorypassword> -T <Artifactory path where file to be copied>

 

But got data not shown.

I have not configured any remote agent for this.

When tried to ping to windows server from Bamboo I am able to reach the network.

What type of task I can configure . What other pre requiistes are required like (Configuring any agent).

 

 

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robhit Atlassian Team Apr 04, 2018

Hi Sudesha,

Thanks for your question!

Can we try to put this code in a separate shell file and then use Bamboo Script task (Script location as File) to see if that works. Ideally, if you can execute it using the terminal then it should work with bamboo as well.

Thanks,

Robhit

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