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User Role for Bamboo Local Agent


I've installed a local agent on our Bamboo server, and add a task to run powershell script. However, the task keeps telling that it must be run in admin mode.

I put some debug trace in my script, when Bamboo build runs this task, I get message telling the user is not admin user.

  • someone is an admin user: False

When I logon to Bamboo server as the same user, and execute the same script, it tells me that I am an admin user.

  • someone is an admin user: True

Does anyone has any idea why user role is different and how to make Bamboo build to be an admin user?



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Answering my question in here.

After some digging, it turns out the Bamboo Server Service uses a local admin account. Changing it to Local System account fixes the issue.

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