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I finally made it work. I will try to summarize as best I can for others needing SourceTree to connect to GIT using 2-factor authentication (2FA):
I'm glad you sorted it out and thanks for documenting the steps for other community members!
You can mark your own answser as accepted if you want to.
I read your post while answering your other one.
I haven't used SourceTree myself since a while. But I found this article in the documentation: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) with GitHub in SourceTree
The article says: "For versions earlier than SourceTree 2.4 for Mac and SourceTree 1.10 for Windows." SO I'm not sure if it will be of any help.
But I hope it points you in the right direction.
I found the information for recent versions.
Apparenltly newer versions support the Windows Credential Manager which supports 2FA.
So you'll need to use that tool.
See more on SourceTree for Windows 1.10.0-* authentication and accounts updates
Thanks for answering. Before installing a new password manager, i tried https://confluence.atlassian.com/sourcetreekb/two-factor-authentication-2fa-with-github-in-sourcetree-402033499.html
But, unfortunatively, SourceTree seems to be extremely buggy in its Tools > Options > Authentication window: