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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Jenkins security

Now that your network communication is encrypted, we can worry about the next layer of security. Go to Jenkins management and then to Configure Global Security. The help (question marks) on this page is pretty helpful, so be sure to read it when you want to know something. Before doing anything here is a warning, you can shut yourself out. At the top is an Enable security setting, which is on. When you lock yourself out, you can disable this setting in the Jenkins config.xml (in var/lib/jenkins on Linux or in C:\Program Files (x86)\Jenkins on Windows) by changing the value of the useSecurity element. After restarting Jenkins, you (and everyone else) can undo whatever you did and enable security again in Jenkins. Alternatively, ...

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