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Can I reverse a commit on a branch that is pushed to the remote repo, using SourceTree options

Hi All, 

I have pushed some incorrect commits to the test branch in bitbucket. I want to undo this fully.

In SourceTree If I check out the branch required, and use the "Reverse commit", and "Push" the changes to the remote repo branch. This creates another new commit.

I would like to avoid this, and completely force reverse to a certain commit in time in the past, and loose all the incorrect commits in this test branch.

Can I do this with sourcetree

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