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Hi!

I work for an ISV. We're interested in setting up a Chocolatey repository for our software, which we can refer to at client sites and install our software using Chocolatey. But as far as I know, there is no way to password protect our repository. We don't want it to be public over the Internet. Is there any way ProGet can help us with that?

Tor

Product: ProGet
Version: 3.5.1

You can disable anonymous access, which would then require a name/password.

Hi!

Well, yes, but how would the Chocolatey client be able to access it? Does it support a password based authentication?

Tor

Because Chocolatey uses nuget.exe behind the scenes, you can just specify your authentication in the same manner., in the configuration file.

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