Issues with multiple identities and git and azure devops

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I have created a repository in Azure DevOps and cloned it through visual studio. When I push it into git it asks me for a password and when I push it into the Azure, it asks for an account.
It doesn't push when cloned directly and I can't seem to work out how to force it to the correct identity. What is the best practice in this case?
Apr 17, 2022 in Other DevOps Questions by Kichu
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