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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Configuring Jenkins

The next page will ask you if you want to install suggested plugins, but you do not want that. In fact, you do not want anything at this moment, so just close the popup (on the Jenkins website, not the browser). Jenkins will inform you that it has created an admin user with the password you used earlier and then take you to the Jenkins home page (logged in as admin, as seen at the top-right). On the homepage find Manage Jenkins (in the left side menu) and, from Manage Jenkins, go to Manage Users. You should see your admin user, so you can either select it and then go to Configure on the left-hand side menu, or you can click on the cog on the right-hand side of the admin user to be taken to the configuration screen directly. ...

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