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git config --global http.proxy http://proxyuser:firstname.lastname@example.org:8080 git config --global https.proxy http://proxyuser:email@example.com:8080
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I would take the VM question to a Stack Exchange forum, since your barriers are probably going to be with networking, not SourceTree.
You need to use the personal access token authentication system since you can't do two factor authentication with a normal git login:
As stated above, you can get the clone URL from VS Online:
According to the details, you need to trust the host. Open the terminal, and SSH to the webservices.visualstudio.com. Before it asks you for credentials, it will ask if you want to trust the host key (say yes). After that you can cancel, you don't actually have to log in, or even be able to log in.
You may also try cloning via command line. The command line may give you the option to trust the fingerprint.
Yes, the same as you connect to most other repositories (unless Microsoft has munged things up and only supports some proprietary protocol to access it).
You'd be surprised how many people don't realize you can type into that Source Path / URL box, but think Hosted Repositories are the only options.
I'll post an answer with some ideas about the invalid source path.