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Authentication OK but push fails with Gitlab

Hi,

I have trouble pushing to my Gitlab repo.

I use Sourcetree 3.3.8 on Windows. I use HTTPS and a Personal Access Token to authenticate, and according to Tools -> Options -> Authentication -> my gitlab account -> Edit, authentication is OK. I'm able to pull from the repo. However when I try to push, I get the error message:

"remote: HTTP Basic: Access denied

fatal: Authentication failed for <repo url>"

Upon retrying the push, the list of branches is empty.

Weirdly when using 3.3.8 on another Windows machine, with the same authentication method (different PAT of course), it works fine. Both PATs have the same scopes.

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Pushing is working normally again.

First I updated the embedded version of git, which at least caused the branch to appear again in the Push pop-up. Upon doing the push a pop-up appeared asking me to select a credential manager. I downloaded the latest version of Git Credential Manager for Windows. Then I selected wincred in the credentials pop-up. (The pop-up was useful for this, since I too cannot currently launch the terminal in Sourcetree). 

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Hi! 

Can you make from git push? 

just curios is this on git level or just SourceTree stucked with configs

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