I installed without cygwin, msysgit only (“Run from the Windows command prompt”):
Write the global settings to work correctly in the Windows command prompt:
core.quotepath false i18n.commitencoding cp1251 i18n.logoutputencoding cp866 core.pager cat|more.com core.editor notepad.exe
Custom variable %HOME% is the folder in which there are no gaps and Cyrillic characters.
But for the SSH keys will have to get a tambourine!
ssh-keygen-t rsa -C ""
ssh-keygen comes with msysgit, the main setup %patch% if it did not the installer.
The keys copied into the folder %home%\\.ssh\\
open command prompt with ssh support. Add our key to the agent
The agent will request the password key. You can now work with git on the command line, as usual.
Previously the public key to copy to github or bitbucket (how it works).
Local web muzzle is called through
git instaweb --httpd=webrick
from the working copy folder of the repository (but not much kick — I have not tried to run it in Windows)
In General, perhaps it will bring you to the correct path according to the first paragraph of the question. About AD won't say anything.