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Creating a new repo inside an organization


I have an organization linked to my GitHub account. Sourcetree for MacOS (v 4.0.1) has been granted access to it, and I can push commits to existing repos in the organization. However, when I try to create a new repo from a local folder using Sourcetree the creation fails with the very cryptic message below:


Create repository failed. Error contents:

    message: Not Found

When I create the repo I am able to choose the organization as the owner of the repo from the dropdown menu that appears during the create remote part of the process.   

Is there a way to get this to work correctly?

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