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This article describes how to verify Exalate for Azure DevOps after installing it from the marketplace or on Docker.

To verify Exalate for Azure DevOps:

The verification process is different for Marketplace and Self-hosted versions. Please select your version below.


1. Open Exalate.

To access Exalate, navigate to Organization SettingsExtensions.

There is a bug in Azure DevOps, when the Extensions menu isn't visible.

In this case, use this link to access Exalate:

https://dev.azure.com/{your_organization_name}/_settings/idalko-tools.exalate.adnode

{your_organization_name} is the name of your Azure DevOps organization.

For more information, check Exalate is not accessible in the Organization settings.


2. Enter your personal access token in the Proxy User PAT (Personal Access Token) field.

You can generate a personal access token (PAT) in Azure DevOps. For more information, check out Azure DevOps: How to generate a personal access token.


3. Enter your contact details in the Registration screen.

Exalate uses this info to:

  • Verify your instance.
  • Activate an evaluation license.
  • Create an admin account to receive error notifications.

4. Select Agree and submit.

After selecting Agree and submit you will get an email to complete our security check.

After clicking Agree and submit you will accept our End User License Agreement (EULA). You can read it before accepting. It is also available here:

https://static.idalko.com/legal/eula-addons.pdf

5. Open your email and select Verify Exalate instance.

You will be redirected back to your Exalate console.

6. Select Continue.

If it wasn't possible to complete email verification, check out this article for more information:

Solving issues with email verification

1. Configure General Settings.

You need to connect the Exalate app with your Azure DevOps instance. 

Pre-requisites:

2. Enter your contact details in the Registration screen.

Exalate will use your info to:

  • Verify your instance.
  • Activate an evaluation license.
  • Create an admin account to receive error notifications.

3. Select Agree and submit.

After selecting Agree and submit you will get an email to complete our security check.

After clicking Agree and submit you will accept our End User License Agreement (EULA). You can read it before accepting. It is also available here:

https://static.idalko.com/legal/eula-addons.pdf

4. Open your email and select Verify Exalate instance.

You will be redirected back to your Exalate console.

5. Select Continue.

If it wasn't possible to complete email verification, check out this article for more information:

Solving issues with email verification


Now, you can sync your work items with an Evaluation license. If you want to upgrade your license, check out this article:

How to get an Exalate instance license

Next Step

Now you can start setting up a connection with the instance you want to synchronize.



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