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  1. Hello, Is it possible to install Plastic SCM CLI on Windows Server 2019 without required user interaction? It is about the full task: I need compose the Docker image with Jenkins agent that runs on Windows Server, and is able to checkout code from Cloud Plastic SCM server. I started from jenkins/agent:jdk11-windowsservercore-ltsc2019. As I understand, I need cm.exe that is the CLI executable file. But I can't find any info how to add it to Dockerfile. Sincerely, Illya
  2. Yes, we added your user to our cloud organization. We have commercial subscription with Plastic Cloud. Sincerely, Illya
  3. Enclosed you'll find logs. Also I attached logs from an another user (User2.log) that has the similar message with the same Repository. And yes, Plastic SCM Server is running, and log on as Local System (default settings). Sincerely, Illya User2.log plastic.debug.log.20201208.User1.log plastic.relevant.log.20201208.User1.log
  4. Hi, We have the repository that is hosted in PlasticSCM Cloud. It is small repo without huge files. I need to sync it with new GitHub repository. I open Repositories, click "View branches" on the repository Repo@Company@cloud, and then run "GitSync..." at the main branch (result doesn't depend on the particular branch). The PlasticSCM client executes all steps and at final step shows the following message: "Unable to read data from the transport connection: The connection was closed". plastic.debug.log.%date%.txt includes the following lines: Error message: Unable to read d
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