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Cloning repo from Azure DevOps

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I am trying to clone a repository from Azure DevOps.  I have successfully added my account to the remote repositories page on Sourcetree so that I can see all of my repos in DevOps.

When I click the little "clone" button to the bottom right of the repo it sends me through to the clone page, and prepopulates the field "Source path / URL" with the URL to my repo with the following:

https://ORGANIZATION@dev.azure.com/ORGANIZATION/PROJECT/_git/REPO

This is not recognised as a valid URL and, on DevOps itself, the actual URL is:

https://dev.azure.com/ORGANIZATION/PROJECT/_git/REPO

Does anyone know how to stop Sourcetree populating the path with the initial "ORGANIZATION@" bit in the URL?  I have a workaround where I just delete it and carry on, but its a bit annoying.

Thanks

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