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How to get yourself set-up for manual and automatic ticket creation in Azure DevOps

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Written by Joe Haigh
Updated over a week ago

Our Azure DevOps integration enables you to send any issues detected on your targets through scans carried out on the platform straight across to Azure DevOps, either automatically or manually. This gives your security or engineering teams a seamless and effortless experience when remediating issues detected in Intruder scans.

Setting up in Azure DevOps

  1. Log in to Azure DevOps

  2. Navigate to your profile settings area

  3. Click Personal access tokens

4. Click New Token

5. Enter in an identifiable name - in this example Intruder Integration

6. Set an expiry date - the longest expiry date allowable by Azure DevOps is 1 year

7. Set scope
a) Read: Project and Team:

b) Read & Write: Work Items:

8. Click Create

9. Copy the API key to a safe place

Setting up in Intruder

  1. Click 'Add' on the Azure DevOps integration card

  2. Enter your Azure DevOps URL - this will be something like[NAME]/

  3. Enter your API key made previously

  4. Click Connect Azure DevOps

Setting up automated ticket creation

  1. Choose the project you'd like tickets to be automatically created in

  2. Choose your work item type (these will types within your chosen project)

  3. Determine the severity rating for automatically-created tickets
    (You can create a test work item from here too)

Sending issues manually to Azure DevOps

This can be done from the Issues page, by simply clicking the Send to: Azure DevOps button.

Sending an occurrences to Azure DevOps

Sending an issue to Azure DevOps

You can choose the Project and Work Item each time, allowing you to manually send different issues to different areas of Azure DevOps.

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