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ould not create file: D:\Bamboo\temp\bamboo-ssh.41538fd5.bat




I have installed Bamboo server and tried to run a maven project from bitbucket. But getting the below error. Gave all the permissions to temp folder. Still it is getting overridden and states permission denied. This is on windows laptop.



Recording an error: Plan 'MP-MP' could not be started. Exception: java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not create file: D:\Bamboo\temp\bamboo-ssh.41538fd5.bat : MP-MP : java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not create file: D:\Bamboo\temp\bamboo-ssh.41538fd5.bat

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Rafael Pinto Sperafico
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Apr 14, 2019

Hi @achantasrinivas ,

Please, make sure permissions were granted to the user running Bamboo's process.

If you are running Bamboo as a Windows Service, please make sure that "local" user as described in has permissions over the given directory.

Alternatively, you can define a different temporary directory by adding a property to the JVM:

If you are running Bamboo as a Windows Service, this property must be added to the service as described in

Otherwise, you can add the property to <bamboo-install>/bin/setenv.bat

Kind regards,

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