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Connect to Azure DevOps Git from Control Room

  • Updated: 2022/04/09
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Connect to Azure DevOps Git from Control Room

You can connect to Azure DevOps Git through the Control Room to check in and manage a bot and its dependent files to the remote Azure DevOps Git repository. It creates a back-up for all your checked-in bot and its dependent files on Azure DevOps.


  • To connect to Azure DevOps Git from Control Room, ensure that you have the AAE_Admin role.
  • Make sure that you have an Azure DevOps account.


  1. Log in to the Azure DevOps account.
  2. Create an Azure DevOps project. Provide a project name and description, select project visibility (public or private), and then click Create.
  3. Click Repos.
  4. Click Generate Git Credentials. Enter the username and the password or token. When you obtain a token to connect to Git, ensure that you have Read and Write permissions.
  5. Copy the Git repository path without any changes to Admininistration > Settings > Git integration > Configuration > Setup Git integration > Edit > Git repository path (including username) in the Control Room and enter the password/token.
  6. Click Connect and Save.
  7. To confirm whether your connection is successful, check in a file from the private repository to a public repository and verify that your changes are pushed to Azure DevOps Git repository.
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