This page contains descriptions of the fields and options available when setting up a VCS root to connect to Microsoft Team Foundation Server Version Control.
Common VCS Root properties are described here.
When connecting to a Visual Studio Team Services Azure DevOps Git repository, select Git as Type of VCS.
Team Foundation Server URL in the following format:
Specify the root using the following format:
Specify a user to access Team Foundation Server. This can be a user name or
Enter the password of the user entered above
The created TFS workspaces are automatically removed based on the timeout configured via the the
teamcity.tfs.workspace.idleTime build agent property , set to the default value of
1209600 sec (2 weeks).
The following authentication options are available in Visual Studio Team ServicesAzure DevOps.
Personal Access Tokens
To use access tokens, you need to create a personal access token in your Visual Studio Team Services Azure DevOps account, where you have to set some Code access scope in your repositories and use it when configuring a VCS root.
Required Access Scope
Alternate Authentication Credentials
To use the login/password pair authentication, you have to enable alternate credentials in your Visual Studio Team Services accountyour Azure DevOps account, where you can set a secondary username and password to use when configuring a VCS root.