Much of Encodo's infrastructure is now housed in Azure. Each employee has an account in Azure.
Because users are already authenticated in Visual Studio (to register it), they will be able to access Azure NuGet feeds through Visual Studio without any further intervention. You can restore/install/update without providing any additional credentials.
As of today, access to Azure Feeds from the command line is granted only if you provide credentials with the source.
Sources created in the Visual Studio UI do not include credentials.
Solutions that include sources in a
NuGet.config do not have credentials (because they are stored in the repository).
Therefore, you must register a NuGet source with authentication for Azure for your user.
You can find your
NuGet.config in your roaming profile on Windows, at
Instead of editing the file directly, use the NuGet command line to add an authenticated source.
You cannot just use your username/password to create an authenticated source. Instead, you have to use a PAT.
Follow the instructions below to create a PAT for your Azure account.
NuGet Feed Access
Some extra tips:
Now you can set up a NuGet source for your user.
Execute the following command, replacing the bracketed arguments as follows:
nuget sources add -Name "Azure (Authenticated)" -Source https://encodo.pkgs.visualstudio.com/_packaging/Quino/nuget/v3/index.json -UserName <username> -Password <PAT>
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