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Configure your Lifecycle Services project to connect to Azure DevOps

14 Feb

  1. Navigate to LCS project, go to the Project settings tile, select Visual Studio Team Services à click –Setup Visual Studio Team Services button.

Note: if you have already configured LCS to connect to your Azure DevOps project, you can skip this section.

  1. Enter the root URL for your Azure DevOps account and the access token created earlier, and then click Continue.

Examplehttps://<companyName>.visualStudio.com

  1. Select VSTS service project within your Azure DevOps account that you want to connect to, and click Continue.
  2. On the Review and save page, click Save.
 
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