SourceTree should not remember my passwords

Can I tell SourceTree not to remember my passwords?

I am using SourceTree to push and pull over HTTPS on a development machine. The machine is shared with a couple of developers, often working under the same account for practical reasons. Can I tell SourceTree to forget my password after closing the SourceTree session?

I can find a few questions on this site asking for the opposite, that SourceTree would save their passwords, I think it would be handy to explicitly tell SourceTree whether or not it is allowed to save this info.

2 answers

Hi Jan,

Is this on Mac or Windows?

This was never answered it seems - but I too have same question - My situation is Windows based, shared client machine. Love the software otherwise but this appears to be a serious flaw!

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