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Can we no longer use private Git Servers?

I remember using Sourcetree to work with my private Git Server.


I cannot figure out how to make my private Git Server a Remote.


Has this capability been taken away?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Sep 07, 2020

No, you can use it with any git repository you want.

What errors are you getting when you try to connect to your repo?

It isn't that there are errors.

The problem is that I can't find a way to configure a repository other than the commercial services listed in the "Accounts" window: BitBucket, GitHub, GitLab, and Azure.

If I already have a local repository, how am I supposed to specify my private Git Server to create the remote and push it?

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