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Sourcetree on a Windows 7 virtual machine without internet

Hi,

I'm in the following, I guess rather unique situation:

  • I have to write VB6 code for maintenance of a legacy application.
  • VB6 won't install on any OS > Win 7.
  • So I have a Win 7 VM on a Win 10 host with VB6 installed.
  • With regard to security, I am not allowed to have an internet connection on this VM. I am allowed to have shared folders with the host, that does have an internet connection.

If I install Sourcetree on the host, I can get everything working the way I want to - connect to remote repositories et cetera.
The challenge is to replicate this functioning Sourcetree on the VM. I am able to install it, now I want to connect to my repositories. Is this possible? By means of shared folders between the host and the VM perhaps?

Thanks in advance!

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