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Trouble with cloning github repo on azure commandline


We have a requirement where we want to set up a Github repo with the application code in azure inside the folder. But when I am trying to so I am unable to clone/pull/push to the GitHub repo from the azure portal's folder with command prompt.

Any help would be appreciated!!

Thanks in Advance!!

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FYI: I have tried to clone the repo using HTTPS, SSH, and PAT(Personel Access Token). None of these approaches helps me on this.

NOTE: ALL of these options work very well once I am trying to clone or push changes to the GitHub repo from my Local system.

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Is "pull" all you did? What about "clone", "checkout", and "fetch"????

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If it's getaddrinfo that's failing I doubt it's a PowerShell problem. Start by checking your firewall and, maybe, anti-virus too.
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I tried with clone and fetch as well and giving the same error.

FYI: But still i am able to access the git status command.

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