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I recently encountered some authentication issues connecting my Mac to the package service hosted on a client’s on-prem TFS server. The server is on a Windows domain and normally I access TFS from a windows VM that is joined to the domain. However, I’ve recently found myself on my Mac more often while working on one of thier Xamarin mobile apps. This is when I began having problems. The Poblem The client has a couple NuGet packages hosted on the TFS server using the Package Management extension, and whenever I tried to do a NuGet restore I would run into authentication errors.