License Azure Artifacts for TFS 2017 and 2018
TFS 2018 | TFS 2017
Azure Artifacts is an extension to TFS. The Azure Artifacts extension comes pre-installed in TFS 2017 and 2018.
Azure Artifacts is required for each user that consumes packages from (e.g., nuget restore or npm install) or produces packages to (e.g., nuget push or npm publish) Azure Artifacts feeds. Azure Artifacts is also required for each user that consumes or publishes symbols.
Install Azure Artifacts in TFS
Azure Artifacts is installed by default for TFS 2017 customers. You must upgrade to TFS 2017 in order to use Azure Artifacts.
If the Azure Artifacts extension has been removed, you can install it from the Marketplace page for Azure Artifacts.
Assign licenses in TFS
From any collection in TFS, hover over the settings menu and select the Users page. Then, select Azure Artifacts.
Select Assign, enter the user to whom you want to assign licenses, and then select Ok.
- Users with Visual Studio Enterprise subscriptions get Azure Artifacts automatically.
- Ensure that your Visual Studio Enterprise subscribers are assigned VSE access level.