Map Azure DevOps Power BI Git Repository with zScaler Using Visual Studio Code

Epstein, Rick 0 Reputation points

We are using zScaler on our laptops and have a need to map to our GIT integrated Azure DevOps instance for both Azure SQL and Power BI in Visual Studio Code, Azure Data Studio, and SourceTree. Using SourceTree, I have successfully mapped to the Azure SQL GIT repository in our Azure DevOps instance. However, I am unable to map to the Power BI GIT-integrated repository. These are the steps already taken that enabled mapping to the Azure SQL GIT repository in Azure Dev Ops.

Added the zScaler certificate to my Git configuration:

From the Windows Start Menu, run the “Manage Computer Certificates” control panel app

Go to Trusted Root Certification Authorities -> Certificates -> Zscaler Root CA, right-click the certificate to Open it

On the Details tab, click “Copy to File”

The Certificate Export Wizard will open, click Next

Select “Base-64 encoded X.509 (.cer)” and click Next

  • Save the file as “C:\Users*<username>*\AppData\Roaming\ZscalerRootCA.cer”, click Finish, and exit the control panel app

Execute GIT commands:

git config --global http.sslbackend openssl

  • git config --global http.sslcainfo C:\Users*<username>*\AppData\Roaming\ZscalerRootCA.cer

Create Personal Access Token within Azure DevOps

GIT Commands Executed

git config --global http.sslbackend schannel

git config --system core.longpaths true

git config --global core.longpaths true

git config --global http.sslVerify=false (this returned an error: invalid key: http.sslVerify=false)

git config --global http.sslverify=false (this returned an error: invalid key: http.sslverify=false)

This is the path to the Azure SQL repository

This is the path to the Power BI repository

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  1. Vahid Ghafarpour 19,145 Reputation points

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