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TeamCity running on any of the supported operating systems (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X) can be used as a NuGet Server.

Since TeamCity 9.0 built-in NuGet feed supports API v2 by default.

TeamCity NuGet feed users are recommended to upgrade to TeamCity 10.0.2 and later, as 10.0.2 provides improved compatibility with NuGet.If you are experiencing issues with TeamCity feed when using NuGet 3.4.+ and Visual Studio Update 1, switch to nuget v2 feed using the teamcity.nuget.api.version=v2 internal property.

 


To start using TeamCity as a NuGet Server, go to the Administration | NuGet Feed page (available to server system administrators), and click Enable. Two different links will be displayed on the page: for public (with guestAuth prefix) and private (with httpAuth prefix) feed. If Public Url is not available, you need to enable the Guest user login in TeamCity on the Administration | Global Settings page.

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