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Microsoft now has support for Git repositories on their Team Foundation Service. I have an account on Team Foundation Service, and I'd like to push my existing Git repository to a project there.

Whenever I try to do searches, I keep finding things like TFS-GIT, or GIT-TF. I'm pretty sure I don't want those, as I think those change to the Team Foundation Server model for code repositories, and that's not what I want.

Specifically, I have an existing Git repository that I want to push to TFService.

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Try this:

  • In TFService, create a new project
  • Connect  to this project in the Visual Studio 
  • Now, clone the project in Visual Studio
  • git pull c:\source\oldGitProject

It will pull out all the changes from your old location and you can easily push it into the TFService.

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