I am setting up a new Bamboo server for my company. We currently use TFS-Git as our source repository. In creating my first task in Bamboo, I am using a Source Control Checkout task, selecting Git, and then entering all my Git info, including the HTTPS url for my repo and the username and password for my account in TFS.
The task is saved. When I try to run the build, it fails with a 401 no authentication error. My confusion comes in the fact that if I RDP into the server that Bamboo is running on, open a git-bash prompt, navigate to the build-dir folder where we have set the working directory to be in Bamboo and preform the clone and checkout from there, it works with no issues.
If feel pretty certain this is a TFS permissions issue, but I am not sure how since I can do the git commands from Git-Bash.
Obviously any assistance at this point would be greatly appreciated as I am all out of ideas.
It seems to me it is a common issue in TFS. Some guys tell that change NTLM to top in IIS configuration for TFS site would solve. I think it is worth a try.
Thanks again for the reply. I followed the posts you mentioned above as closely as I could for my environment including deleting creds in the credential manager, and deleting caches on the TFS server. I was not able to find a cache at the path specified for the client machine. I also checked my TFS site in IIS and the only Authentication I have enabled is Windows Authentication. Unfrotunately, this did not resolve the problem.
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