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Azure DevOps Server (earlier called TFS) - Problem adding remote account

We have a setup with Azure DevOps Server 2019 (TFS) in our network.

I am trying to setup an account in SourceTree in the same way as described for the case (which refers to connection to Azure DevOps Service/VSTS) discussed here:

But the authentication fails every time.

Does SourceTree support authentication towards a Git server hosted by an "on prems" setup of Azure DevOps as we have?

What is the procedure to follow here?



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Did you manage to find an answer for this?

No, no answer. However in order to work with repositories hosted on an on premises Azure DevOps deployment (Server) it is not necessary setup an account at all.

You just need to select the solution with the "ADD" Tab (shown in the picture I attached in my first post) and select the root folder (where .git folder is located) and SourceTree will automatically connect with the remote repos.

I have not tried to "Clone" directly with SourceTree but my guess is that it should work in the same way.

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