Re: Default VC server

Keith Canniff



I’ve been using Azure DevOps since 2014 (then and it has never given me an option of a server. As far as I know, it’s Microsoft’s VC and therefore they put your application wherever they want.  I have separate Azure servers for running the application, but it’s not directly connected to the VC.


Here’s my path for my company’s VC:


<VCProjPath val="|KC-ASUS|6f76ac31-ab95-448b-a4ae-d74ecc251b0e"/>


It’s Microsoft’s website to access the source, and my computer’s name that was the original one that added the source to Azure DevOps.


I have other code from a different client that always starts with their environment name (designated by the company) followed by Microsoft’s designation. The first one uses VCS for management, the others use Git.


On-Prem versions of VCS worked differently, but we’re talking Azure DevOps. If there’s another way I’d be interested to hear it.




From: <> On Behalf Of Florian Groothuis
Sent: Monday, September 2, 2019 2:44 AM
Subject: [magicu-l] Default VC server


Hi all,
I'm using Azure Devops as VC-server but I'm 'stuck' with 3 environments. I have a new application I want to add to a VC-server but the wizard doesn't prompt me for a server and the application is uploaded to the wrong server. Where is this default VC-server set?



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