You can install Sitefinity CMS in two ways – you can install Telerik.Sitefinity.All NuGet package on a blank web application or you can use Sitefinity CMS Project Manager.
RECOMMENDATION: We recommend installing Sitefinity CMS using the NuGet package.
Use the Project Manager to install Sitefinity CMS for evaluation purposes only. For more information, see Create projects with the Project Manager.
NOTE: To install Sitefinity CMS using NuGet, you must use Visual Studio 2017 or later. This tutorial uses Visual Studio 2019 as a reference.
To install Sitefinity CMS in a blank web application using a NuGet package, perform the following:
To do this, perform the following:
In Visual Studio, perform the following:
NOTE: With these commands you install the latest patch build, if you want to install a specific version you must use the command above followed by -Version and the version number.
For example, enter Install-Package Telerik.Sitefinity.All -Version 13.0.7322
Proceed by adding any of the desired additional Sitefinity CMS modules. For more information, see Work with decoupled modules.
RESULT: Sitefinity CMS Dashboard appears.
To access additional installation files that are used for authentication and debugging visit http://www.telerik.com/account/ to access your account. When you open your account, navigate to Downloads and select your Sitefinity CMS license.. There you may access the following files:
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