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»Terraform Enterprise Configuration
After you have completed the installation process you will need to create an admin user. When the admin user creation has been completed you will be able to create your first organizations and users and enable the enterprise features for those accounts.
Note: If you are performing an upgrade or restore for an existing installation you do not need to follow these steps. If your upgraded or restored installation does not function without the steps below then it was not correctly restored from backup. Please contact HashiCorp for help.
In all examples below, be sure to replace "
<TFE HOSTNAME>" with the hostname
of your Terraform Enterprise instance.
https://<TFE HOSTNAME>:8800/ in your browser. You will
be presented with the installer dashboard:
»Creating an Administrator (UI)
After clicking on the "Open", right below the "Stop Now" button, you will be brought to a page asking you to create the first Terraform Enterprise administrator account. You will be able to create additional administrators once you log in.
»Creating an Administrator (API)
The initial Admin user can be created via a special API. Customers can use this method to more easily perform automated installations of Terraform Enterprise.
The API and usage documents are under Automating Initial User.
»Creating an organization
The next step will create the first organization.
After this is done, you can either continue with the creation of a new workspace, choose to configure other aspects of Terraform Enterprise, or add more users.
You have successfully configured the installation and configuration steps that
are specific to Terraform Enterprise! You can now configure SMTP
https://<TFE HOSTNAME>/app/admin/smtp/), Twilio (
https://<TFE HOSTNAME>/app/admin/saml), or follow the
Get Started - Terraform Cloud
collection on HashiCorp Learn to start using the software.