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We like TortoiseGit, and want to take advantage of GitHub's 2-Factor Authentication...but the two don't seem to want to work together.

Has anyone worked out a solution to this?

Question author Return-of-the-archons | Source

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The GitHub blog post about 2-Factor Authentication mentions that you can generate a "personal access token", that can be used in place of a password when 2-Factor Auth is enabled:

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I'm not sure if it will actually work with TortoiseGit, but maybe you can give it a try? You can generate an access token at the Authorized applications settings page:

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