This has happened on several occasions across several SourceTree versions. Our hosted git repo utilizes our domain passwords in order to commit. As such our passwords change every 60 days. I use SSH from the command line just fine however ever since the last few SourceTree updates, I am unable to utilize the setup wizard that was once present. Therefore I cannot seem to successfully setup pushing changes back to their remotes. Please advise.
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After I click 'allow' and enter my password, it just repeats the cycle before finally erroring out of the process.
I just spent two hours trying to figure out how to make the latest version of SourceTree (Mac 2.4) log into our company's repo after the mandatory corporate password change. Nothing I could find on-line worked. Using the SourceTree terminal to relog in via a "git pull" did nothing. Nothing in the account menus helped.
What finally worked was going to the "Keychain Access" utility on the Mac, searching for the github server that we use and deleting ALL stored keys. Then the next time I started SourceTree, it asked for my new credentials and now it looks like I'm finally online again.
This is a SERIOUS usability flaw in the Mac version of SourceTree.
After updating my corporate password in Safari, it prompted me to update other passwords.
In Keychain Access this updated all the internet passwords (Kind = internet password) for the Bitbucket repo's domain, but not the application password (Kind = application password) which SourceTree uses.
I had to delete that one, then SourceTree prompted me for a new Password.
I couldn't find anywhere to do it from the SourceTree front-end either.
I found a credentials file in ~/Library/Application Data/SourceTree. The file was named <username>@STAuth-<server URL>. Deleting this file (moving it to another location, before deleting it) and restarting Sourcetree prompted a password dialog when fetching a repository on the server.
I'm running Sourcetree version 2.6.3 and Mac Sierra 10.12.6.
I have the same issue on my Mac. I have removed the SourceTree key from my "Keychain Access" utility from mac. After removing the key connect to my repo via SourceTree and perform Push/Pull activity, It asked for password and an option to save the password to keychain.
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