NodeSource Accounts


In order to access and use N|Solid, Certified Modules and other NodeSource products, users are required to create a NodeSource Account via There you can download software, manage your profile, and create and manage organizations.

Sign up

Create your NodeSource account either with an email address or by using either GitHub or Google 3rd-party authentication. Upon account creation, a prompt will appear with the option to create an organization or to continue with an individual account. Sign up screen

Sign in

To find information about a particular package in NodeSource Certified Modules, use the Certified Modules page. Sign in screen

Reset Password

Account passwords may be reset by selecting the Reset Password button located below the fields on the Sign In page. In order to receive a new password, you must have access to the email for which the account was created. Reset instructions will be sent to the account's email address. A prompt will then appear in which requests a new password for the account upon opening the received email. Reset password screen

Create a New Organization

Creating an Organization allows for the collaborative use of N|Solid and Certified Modules throughout your team. Depending on the selected subscription tier, you and your team obtain various levels of access to NodeSource's product line, support suite, and training opportunities. Create a new Organization

Upon selecting the desired tier, you will be prompted to input payment details and finalize the creation of your Organization. Add Payment Details

After selecting a tier, the Add People page will prompt you to invite collaborators via email. Invitees will receive access to the Organization after their invitation is sent. Multiple email addresses may be entered, separated by commas. When all of your Organization's available seats have been assigned, an alert will appear on the Add People page. Add People to a new organization

User Profile & Downloads

Editing your personal User Profile is possible by navigating to the Edit Profile link, located in the top left hand side of the navigation bar. From this menu, your name and email address may be edited. From here you also have access to your N|Solid License Key, Connected Accounts, and the ability to reset your account password. Additionally, Two-Factor Authentication may be enabled by providing a valid phone number. If provided, the sent access code will be required alongside your email address and password when logging in. Removing the phone number disables Two-Factor Authentication from your account. If you wish to delete your account, you may contact us through the link provided below the password reset option. Edit Profile

NodeSource's product suite may be accessed through the Downloads page. Navigate to the top right hand corner of the navigation bar and select the link entitled Downloads. From here, you will be able to download NCM Desktop and N|Solid for the platforms on which they are supported. Currently this includes macOS, Linux, and Windows for NCM Desktop. N|Solid supports macOS, Debian, and RHEL. Please refer to the N|Solid docs for more information on supported platforms. Downloads screen

Organization Settings

There are four possible configurable settings, found by navigating to the Settings link, located in the navigation bar. From the General tab, your Organization's general settings may be edited. Currently, the Organization Name is the only editable feature. From the General tab, you may also access your N|Solid License Key.

General Settings

The People tab exposes access to your Organization's team. From this menu, you may add, remove, and manage team members. User permissions may be edited by changing the status of the user, located toward the right of the menu.

People screen under settings

The Billing tab reveals metrics for your Organization, including the number of current users. You may also upgrade your plan level from this menu.


The Service Tokens tab allows you to create, rename, regenerate, and delete tokens for use in your CI/CD system. Tokens have a brief description or name and a Token key. They can be given READ and WRITE access to your NCM Whitelist, and READ access to your NCM Certification Data.

Service Tokens