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Option to authorize RgPublish into NuGet feed?

Please add an option to do not turn on anoymous/guest access to target NuGet feed (e.g. in TeamCity) so RgPublish.exe could use specified credentials to authorize.

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    Alexander M. BatishchevAlexander M. Batishchev shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The TeamCity feed (even when using authenticated access) does not support the push operation, so enabling authentication would not help with this problem. The only way to publish to the TeamCity NuGet feed is to add the packages as artefacts of a TeamCity build configuration. For more information, please see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10423272/how-can-packages-be-published-to-a-teamcity-nuget-server.

    If anybody’s aware of a NuGet sever that requires both authentication and an API key in order to perform a push operation, please comment here.

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      • Peter DolkensPeter Dolkens commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        If rgPublish had(has?) the option to package without pushing, then we could do this.

        I haven't found the option yet, instead I'm pushing to RedGate feed, then using the DeploymentManager Package Path to add artifacts to the build.

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