How can I see my Jenkins credentials?
Before you ask Jenkins for a credential you need to know its id.
You can list all credentials ids by reading the $JENKINS_HOME/credentials.
How do I find my Jenkins username and password?
1 AnswerFor this the Username is admin. Password should be located in: $JENKINS_HOME/secrets/initialAdminPassword.You can view the password using: cat /var/lib/jenkins/secrets/initialAdminPassword.cat $JENKINS_HOME/secrets/initialAdminPassword.
How do I use Jenkins credentials?
Defining Credentials and SecretsClick the Credentials link in the sidebar.Click on the Global credentials domain.Click [Add Credential]Select a credential kind that can be used from your build jobs (later, using a credentials binding). The following types of credentials are most useful to use from your build jobs.
How do I get my Jenkins credential ID?
From the Jenkins home page (i.e. the Dashboard of the Jenkins classic UI), click Credentials > System on the left. Under System, click the Global credentials (unrestricted) link to access this default domain. Click Add Credentials on the left.
What is Jenkins default username and password?
Jenkins Standard Authentication The first time Jenkins starts, the configuration is created along with the administrator user and password. The default user credentials are admin and password .