Install and Connect the Auth0 CLI to Auth0 account

Will Johnson
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Download the Auth0 CLI on a Mac with homebrww with the command brew tap auth0/auth0-cli && brew install auth0

For download instructions for Windows or Linux check out the Auth0 CLI's README

When the CLI is installed use the command auth0 login to connect the Auth CLI to your Auth0 tenant.

Instructor: [0:00] The next thing we're going to do is download the Auth0 CLI. I'm on a Mac, so I'm going to use Homebrew, and it's brew tap auth0/auth0-cli and brew install auth0. Now, type in auth0 login. This will connect our Auth0 account to the Auth0 CLI. [0:22] Hit Enter, and this will open the browser, and then we will confirm that we want this application or this tenant to be able to be connected to the Auth0 CLI. OK, scroll down. Yes, it has lots of permissions and then click Accept.

[0:37] All right. It says, "Congratulations, you're all set! Your device is now connected."

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