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Is there a way to have SourceTree send and run commands to git installed on a remote server?
Here’s the scenario:
Repo is located on a remote dev server (SourceTree can be installed on both Dev & local machines).
Developer makes codes changes via UNC on dev server.
Would like SourceTree, located on local machine to execute its commands on the remote/dev server, where the processing actually occurs on the remote/dev server (rather than on the local machine where SourceTree is running using UNC)
We’ve noticed when operating over UNC path, Git commands over the network are extremely slow. We’ve been having our developer RDP into the remote/dev box to manage their repos, it’s not ideal.