ApiKey Command (choco apikey)

This lists api keys that are set or sets an api key for a particular
source so it doesn't need to be specified every time.

Anything that doesn't contain source and key will list api keys.

Usage

  choco apikey [<options/switches>]
  choco setapikey [<options/switches>]

Examples

  choco apikey
  choco apikey -s https://somewhere/out/there
  choco apikey -s="https://somewhere/out/there/" -k="value"
  choco apikey -s "https://push.chocolatey.org/" -k="123-123123-123"
  choco apikey -s "http://internal_nexus" -k="user:password"

For source location, this can be a folder/file share or an
http location. When it comes to urls, they can be different from the packages
url (where packages are searched and installed from). As an example, for
Chocolatey's community package package repository, the package url is
https://chocolatey.org/api/v2, but the push url is https://push.chocolatey.org
(and the deprecated https://chocolatey.org/ as a push url). Check the
documentation for your choice of repository to learn what the push url is.

For the key, this can be an apikey that is provided by your source repository.
With some sources, like Nexus, this can be a NuGet API key or it could be a
user name and password specified as 'user:password' for the API key. Please see
your repository's documentation (for Nexus, please see
https://bit.ly/nexus2apikey).

Connecting to Chocolatey.org (Community Package Repository)

In order to save your API key for https://push.chocolatey.org/,
log in (or register, confirm and then log in) to
https://push.chocolatey.org/, go to https://push.chocolatey.org/account,
copy the API Key, and then use it in the following command:

  choco apikey -k <your key here> -s https://push.chocolatey.org/

Options and Switches

NOTE: Options and switches apply to all items passed, so if you are
running a command like install that allows installing multiple
packages, and you use --version=1.0.0, it is going to look for and
try to install version 1.0.0 of every package passed. So please split
out multiple package calls when wanting to pass specific options.

Includes default options/switches (included below for completeness).


 -?, --help, -h
     Prints out the help menu.

 -d, --debug
     Debug - Show debug messaging.

 -v, --verbose
     Verbose - Show verbose messaging. Very verbose messaging, avoid using 
       under normal circumstances.

     --trace
     Trace - Show trace messaging. Very, very verbose trace messaging. Avoid 
       except when needing super low-level .NET Framework debugging. Available 
       in 0.10.4+.

     --acceptlicense, --accept-license
     AcceptLicense - Accept license dialogs automatically. Reserved for 
       future use.

 -y, --yes, --confirm
     Confirm all prompts - Chooses affirmative answer instead of prompting. 
       Implies --accept-license

 -f, --force
     Force - force the behavior. Do not use force during normal operation - 
       it subverts some of the smart behavior for commands.

     --noop, --whatif, --what-if
     NoOp / WhatIf - Don't actually do anything.

 -r, --limitoutput, --limit-output
     LimitOutput - Limit the output to essential information

     --timeout, --execution-timeout=VALUE
     CommandExecutionTimeout (in seconds) - The time to allow a command to 
       finish before timing out. Overrides the default execution timeout in the 
       configuration of 2700 seconds. '0' for infinite starting in 0.10.4.

 -c, --cache, --cachelocation, --cache-location=VALUE
     CacheLocation - Location for download cache, defaults to %TEMP% or value 
       in chocolatey.config file.

     --allowunofficial, --allow-unofficial, --allowunofficialbuild, --allow-unofficial-build
     AllowUnofficialBuild - When not using the official build you must set 
       this flag for choco to continue.

     --failstderr, --failonstderr, --fail-on-stderr, --fail-on-standard-error, --fail-on-error-output
     FailOnStandardError - Fail on standard error output (stderr), typically 
       received when running external commands during install providers. This 
       overrides the feature failOnStandardError.

     --use-system-powershell
     UseSystemPowerShell - Execute PowerShell using an external process 
       instead of the built-in PowerShell host. Should only be used when 
       internal host is failing. Available in 0.9.10+.

     --no-progress
     Do Not Show Progress - Do not show download progress percentages. 
       Available in 0.10.4+.

     --proxy=VALUE
     Proxy Location - Explicit proxy location. Overrides the default proxy 
       location of ''. Available for config settings in 0.9.9.9+, this CLI 
       option available in 0.10.4+.

     --proxy-user=VALUE
     Proxy User Name - Explicit proxy user (optional). Requires explicity 
       proxy (`--proxy` or config setting). Overrides the default proxy user of 
       '123'. Available for config settings in 0.9.9.9+, this CLI option 
       available in 0.10.4+.

     --proxy-password=VALUE
     Proxy Password - Explicit proxy password (optional) to be used with 
       username. Requires explicity proxy (`--proxy` or config setting) and 
       user name.  Overrides the default proxy password (encrypted in settings 
       if set). Available for config settings in 0.9.9.9+, this CLI option 
       available in 0.10.4+.

     --proxy-bypass-list=VALUE
     ProxyBypassList - Comma separated list of regex locations to bypass on 
       proxy. Requires explicity proxy (`--proxy` or config setting). Overrides 
       the default proxy bypass list of ''. Available in 0.10.4+.

     --proxy-bypass-on-local
     Proxy Bypass On Local - Bypass proxy for local connections. Requires 
       explicity proxy (`--proxy` or config setting). Overrides the default 
       proxy bypass on local setting of 'True'. Available in 0.10.4+.

     --log-file=VALUE
     Log File to output to in addition to regular loggers. Available in 0.1-
       0.8+.

 -s, --source=VALUE
     Source [REQUIRED] - The source location for the key

 -k, --key, --apikey, --api-key=VALUE
     ApiKey - The API key for the source. This is the authentication that 
       identifies you and allows you to push to a source. With some sources 
       this is either a key or it could be a user name and password specified 
       as 'user:password'.

Command Reference

NOTE: This documentation has been automatically generated from choco apikey -h.