After reinstalling Windows10 bitbucket always ask me the password

 

Hi,

After resinstalling Win10 on one PC I have this error when trying to push the commit to live repo.

 

fatal: UriFormatException encountered.
actualUrl

 

I found some info that I need SSH key if I don't want to enter password everytime. But why my other PC can push via HTTPS without password?

Probably some info about my PC changes after WIn reinstall and I don't know where to fix it, so BitBucket will recognize me without password.

Any help?

Thanks

 

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Hi Alexander

That error is a bug in a version of the Git Credentials Manager GCM, please download and installed the latest version from https://github.com/Microsoft/Git-Credential-Manager-for-Windows/releases

Thanks, updating the Git solved my problem.

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Hi Alexander, what version of Git are you running? You can check that by doing

git --version

Also are you getting this error when performing other actions, or only when you do git push? Are you pushing to Bitbucket Server or Cloud?

Regards,

Ana

version 2.13.1.windows.1

I'm getting this message only on git push -u origin master

I'm pushing on Bitbucket Server, team account.

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