Guide – How To Start – TortoiseSVN Subversion on Windows Server 2019

Connection and operation with Tortoise SVN on Windows 2019

Use the RDP protocol to connect to a virtual machine (VM). There is a standard application “Remote Desktop Connection” in Windows OS, which can be found in the search for standard Windows applications in the Start menu:

 Enter the IP address of your VM with Azure in the open application window in the “Computer” line, and click “Connect”.

In the next window, click “More choices” use a different account, namely account data from VM on Azure.

When connected, the shortcut “TortoiseSVN Repository Browser” will appear on the desktop. You should enter a link to the SVN server and click “OK” in the following window which will appear.

The main application window of the following type will open:

In the open application window, right-click on the application area and select “Add file” or “Add folder” to upload files or directories to the server.

Click “OK” in the next window.

After downloading the files, go to the URL of the SVN server. You should see the recently added files and directories.

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