In case your organization's network doesn't allow to connect to DockerHub, you can follow these steps to download Docker Image and install at your server.
Once the installation is completed, all other functionality will be same.

Step 1.
Download Kendis Docker image using some utility or wget

$ wget https://kendis-onsite.s3.amazonaws.com/kendisdocker.tar


Step 2

Install Kendis Docker by loading Kendis docker image  (Make sure you are in the directory where you have downloaded the image)

 $ docker load < kendisdocker.tar

Step 3.
Verify docker images by running the following command

$ docker images

Example Output

REPOSITORY                     TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
kendisdocker/kendis            latest              xxxxxxxx        xx hours ago        1.821 GB


Step 4.
Start Kendis Docker Container
Example Run command is pasted here, please refer to this link for detailed instructions (In this article, you can jump to Step 3 directly) https://help.kendis.io/en/articles/2800682-self-hosted-setup-guide-for-docker

Example Run command to start Kendis server at port 8282 (you can use different port in below command, if want to)

> docker run --add-host=test1.com:127.0.0.1 --restart=always -v kendis-resources:/var/lib/kendis-resources -v kendis-logs:/var/log/kendis-logs -v kendis-backup:/var/lib/kendis-backup -v kendis-data:/var/lib/mongodb -p 8282:8080 kendisdocker/kendis

Step 5.
Server is running and you can access it with http://<machine/IP>:<port>

Other relevant articles
How to configure SSL for Docker
How to Integrate Active Directory

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