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Setting up SourceTree on a system that cannot be connected to the internet

I would like to use SourceTree to interface with Git version control on a Windows based system that cannot be connected to the internet. Is there a way to install SourceTree on this system supplying my account information personally rather that connect via the internet?

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Mike Corsaro
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Sep 17, 2019

Hello! Unfortunately you'll need to have Sourcetree connect to the internet, but you'll only need that for the initial login. Once you login you can use Sourcetree offline without any limits.

I am trying to find an answer to this too. We do not have the option of connecting to the internet at all, at any time, even once for an initial login. Is there any work-around?

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