We're using Confluence and Jira at the company.
Some users want to use sourcetree.
Users are not allowed to install software. A system administrator needs to deploy it to the computers who need it.
We currently do not use bitbucket, but a local gitserver.
I always prefer silent or at least unattended installation, but I don't manage to install source tree on the Windows workstations (using filewave for deployment) because it requires an atlassian account.
Is there no user-friendly way to deploy sourcetree to windows workstations in an enterprise, without the need for an atlassian account for each user?
Thank you for all info and directions!
Hi Tim! At the moment, that is not possible. Silent installations are not available and users require an Atlassian account to register the product.
The team announced that they're working on creating an MSI for Sourcetree for Windows, however, we don't have an ETA for this yet.
We're tracking feedback for this feature at SRCTREEWIN-6935. Feel free to vote for it or add your comment, you can also watch the ticket to receive further updates.
Let us know if you have any questions!
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