Hello, I manage the Mac's at our company and am working with our Developers with an issue we traced back to Source tree.
What we are seeing is when the user does a commit of code to the Bitbucket server they get prompted for their credentials. This is all good and works fine.
However when they do a read/fetch only they do not get a prompt for credentials. While the fetch succeeds it appears to pass a bad password first. I can see the users AD account bad password count increase each time they do a fetch.
Since they do multiple fetches they easily exceed the count of allowed bad passwords and lock their AD account.
Is there a setting or config that we can do to force a credential pop up for each fetch or a possible keychain item that needs to be deleted to clear the bad password?
Hi @Steve Wright,
Our apologies for the hassles. Deleting and re-adding the Bitbucket Server account on the user's machine(s) should be sufficient to do so. If that's not the case, please ping me and I'll provide additional steps to confirm it's all gone in the next try. Thank you for your patience.
Principal Developer, Sourcetree
We have gitlab repo and source tree is making it so difficult for me to work. It doesn't really work on Mac. Account getting locked is a very common problem. If a password is not correct why try serveral times at once. It doesn't promt for password when I am trying to clone and it tried 3 times at once with wrong password from keychain probably.
I have also used it with gitblit, it never worked. My account was getting locked all the time even after resetting password.
At our company we have a local Bitbucket server and when using Sourcetree@Mac we suffer from the same issue of lock outs. Using GIT CLI this never happens. I will try removing and adding the user in in Sourcetree, however judging from the experience of other users I'm not keeping my hopes too high.
EDIT: happened in spite of removing and adding user
A fix of the user experience would be very welcome (i.e. prompting for the password first time it is incorrect, avoiding a silent lockout when repo is refreshed in background).
I actually abandoned Sourcetree and moved to another GIT GUI client for Mac (not going to mention, since it's competition). I still wish the team good luck but I decided not to wait any longer. To be honest, I don't know for sure they didn't fix the issue yet since my last trial, but I would assume not, since you wrote.
hope you'll find a solution that will work for you
@bganninIs there any solution for this? I tried adding and removing the account and deleted the keychains. This account lock is really annoying. I even installed latest version of sourcetree. Everyday I have to call my helpdesk to unlock my account.
Any fix will be super helpful.
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