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Unable to install plugin "Groovy Tasks for Bamboo" and other also

I need to install plugin for building gradle task, but i am unable to install any plugin. I have tried other plugin as well but they are also not working i am getting this error "Problem accessing the file Groovy Tasks for Bamboo." see attached screenshot. Is there any way to resolve this? 


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It is working now. Here is what I did: Start Menu>type Start in console> right click and go to file location, then run the file "Start in console" as an administrator. 

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Jack Nolddor [Sweet Bananas]
Marketplace Partner
Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
Jun 17, 2019

Hi and welcome,

This error seems to be a connectivity issue. Please ensure that you have correctly configure your network (Firewall, Forward or Rreverse Proxy) in order to install third-party apps.

See Configuring Marketplace connectivity article for further information.


Firewall Rules

To allow UPM to perform online functions behind a firewall, you need to set up firewall whitelist rules that enable UPM to connect on port 443 to these servers:

* UPM connects to several servers in the domain, including,,,, and others.  

* certain Marketplace assets (screenshots, logos etc) are hosted on cloudfront. Calls to that domain are expected.

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