how to set PAC proxy settings

Hi, In our organization we are using pac network. When I open Source tree or Git Bash and checkout, it hangs and after some time gives 443 error.

I have the proxy settings with me, can you please let me know how to use them with Source tree to avoid this issue.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Feb 06, 2015

Thanks for the reply Chin, it is resolved for me.

1- Open source tree and navigate to  Tools -> Options 

2- Open 'Network' tab

3- Check radio button 'Use custom proxy settings', and configure server address and port number

4- Enable check box 'Add Proxy server configuration to Git / Mercurial' 

5- Click ok, and restart source tree,

It should be working now.

Thank you,

Thank you, but in Version 2.0.5.3 (2.0.5.3), where can I find Tools -> Options?

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