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3.1.3 SourceTree - not listing all remote repositories on Bitbucket server

I'm trying to figure out why SourceTree does not list all the repositories I have access to on remote Bitbucket server. I cannot see what's the difference between repos that Sourcetree lists and those that aren't listed (looking at project and repo permissions which are the same).

I can copy the git url and clone unlisted repos without problems.

Any clues to what might be going on?

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I am having the same issue. Is your remote an on-prem instance of Bitbucket Server as well?

From what I can tell, all of my repos that are under projects show up just fine. It's only my user's 'private' repos that aren't showing.

Yeah. My remote is on an remote on-premise instance of Bitbucket Server 6.5.1

I don't have any 'private' repos, only repos that are accessible to entire teams.

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