Add Team Foundation Server
The dialog box opens when you click the Add button in the Manage TFS Servers and Workspaces dialog box. Use this dialog box to specify and edit the parameters for establishing connection to TFS servers.
In this text box, type the URL address of the TFS server you want to connect to.
| In this field, specify the authentication protocol to access the server. TFS uses NTLM authentication, so native Windows applications (that is, Microsoft Team Explorer) authenticate silently with system credentials. CLion users must always specify their username and password because of limitations posed by Java Runtime. |
To authenticate through OAuth (Windows Live ID), choose Alternate from the Auth drop-down list.
In this text box, type your TFS user name. The field is available for the NTLM) and Alternate authentication types.
In this text box, type the name of the network domain where the TFS server is located. The field is available for the NTLM) authentication type.
In this text box, type your TFS password. The field is available for the NTLM) and Alternate authentication types.
Select this checkbox to have CLion remember the specified password.