Every half an hour or so I get the following error:
Google told me it's related to Atlassian.
I ran Fix Windows Update errors by using the DISM or System Update Readiness tool as recommended by Windoze, but to no avail.
Anyone knows how to solve it - as it's a pain having to keep clicking OK to close it.
Thanks a lot.
Okay my issue has gone recently after > 6 months. This is my story:
- I copied and pasted a project from one of my teammates. That included .git folder, not just code files.
- I opened SourceTree and .. probably changed the credential somehow but I don't remember exactly.
- Then, this issue became consistent since then.
- I closed that project by clicking on the tab in SourceTree and Closed it. The issue was still there.
- 2 years ago, I deleted that project from the file system. The issue has gone.
I don't know for sure if this scenario caused the issue but this is what I experience.
A colleague of mine is also suffering from this irritation. He's using version 3.3.7 of Sourcetree. The dialog pops up periodically whilst he is running Sourcetree. The issue suddenly started occurring last week.I am aware that you don't have much interest in Sourcetree Atlassian, but could you please investigate this?
I don't know if this helps anyone but I was having the same problem. One of my remote repository's token had expired. Whenever SourceTree was trying to refresh the remote status that Askpass.exe exception would come up. When I found the culprit repo, I forced a connection (i.e. push or pull) which then prompted the Github login box where I entered my username and password which refreshed the remote's token. The dialog box was gone after that.
same error after trying (and failing) to replace the username/password with PAT (personal access tokens)
tried deleting the sourcetree password file - no joy
cannot get remote repos after entering the new PAT as the password - credentials fails and now the askpass.exe failure message pops up constantly.
choosing oauth option instead of basic takes you to a web page. enter your github password and click the authorise button.
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