Signing in to CloudBees CD/RO

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To sign in, enter https://<cloudbees-server>/flow/ in a browser window, where <cloudbees-server> is the CloudBees CD/RO server IP address or host name. One of the following sign-in pages displays, based on the server’s single sign-on (SSO) setting.

For information about enabling SSO at your enterprise, refer to Configuring single sign-on for CloudBees Software Delivery Automation.

SSO enabled

The sample sign-in page below is SSO-enabled with GSuite and Kerberos SSO. Your page may be enabled with other SSO identity providers, such as Okta.

SSO enabled
Figure 1. SSO enabled

From here, use one of the following methods to sign in:

  • Select Sign in with Google: The credentials are authenticated via the Google identify provider, and if successful, you are redirected to the home page.

  • Select Sign in with Kerberos: This system has additionally been enabled with Kerberos SSO. The credentials are authenticated, and if successful, you are redirected to the home page.

  • Enter a Username and Password for local authentication. Then select Sign in. If successful, you are redirected to the home page.

If you do not already have an active session, you are unable to sign in through the CloudBees CD/RO server when the CloudBees CD/RO server is being upgraded. The following message appears on the sign-in screen until the CloudBees CD/RO server upgrade is complete: “Server is starting. Please wait.”

SSO disabled

This sign-in page has SSO disabled:

SSO disabeld
Figure 2. SSO disabled

From here, enter a Username and Password and then select Sign in. If successful, you are redirected to the home page.

For a new installation, the default admin account username is admin, and the password is changeme. You should change the default admin password as soon as possible.