Our company has an Atlassian Cloud subscription and we want to automate our product's build process with Bamboo but we have some troubles with it.
We use MSBuild 12.0 to build Visual Studio 2013 solution on the Windows Server 2008 64bit. We use bamboo user to run tasks via bamboo agent, who doesn't have administrative permissions.
When we run MSBuild manually from the command line, while logged in Windows instance via Remote Desktop Client everything is fine, but if we run same command as a task it fails in two different places:
1) First error occuires during ClickOnce signing.
(_DeploymentComputeClickOnceManifestInfo target) ->
C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\12.0\bin\Microsoft.Common.CurrentVersion.targets(3450,5): error MSB3482: An error occurred while signing: Failed to sign <...\path\...>\<ApplicationName>.exe. SignTool Error: An unexpected internal error has occurred.[C:\build-dir\<...\path\...>\<ApplicationName>.csproj]
2) Second error occuires during InstallShield installer creation.
(Build target) ->
C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\InstallShield\2013Limited\InstallShield.targets(108,3): error : -7159: The product license has expired or has not yet been initialized. [C:\build-dir\<...\path\...>\<ApplicationName>\Setup\Setup.isproj]
The only difference that we found between these two methods is environment variables values. HOMEPATH and HOMEDRIVE variables are empty in the task mode, but they have values in logged mode.
What can cause these kind of errors? We want to understand differences between Bamboo agent and normal command line.
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