Just to clarify, this is not related to git not being able to push/pull from stash over https (I use http.sslNoVerify=false to fix that).
In sourcetree when I click "Clone/New" then click browse hosted projects (earth button) I get an SSL errror: "The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel."
I get this error because my network administrator enforces a rule to not trust any SSL certificates. With git I use the sslnoverify setting and in browsers I click through the SSL warning or turn it off alltogether on internal sites. Is there a way to get sourcetree to ignore SSL warnings when browsing hosted(stash) projects?
This was driving me nuts, but I finally found a setting in the SourceTree.exe.config file. It disables cert checks when SourceTree is connecting to the repo meta data web service to allow self signed certs.
<applicationSettings> <SourceTree.Properties.Settings> <setting name="SourceTreeHomeWebSite" serializeAs="String"> <value>https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/</value> </setting> <setting name="ReleaseNotesRelativeUrl" serializeAs="String"> <value>update/WindowsReleaseNotes.html</value> </setting> ************* Set the value to true :) <setting name="AllowUncertifiedSSLRequests" serializeAs="String"> <value>True</value> </setting> ************* <setting name="IsPortable" serializeAs="String"> <value>False</value> </setting> </SourceTree.Properties.Settings> </applicationSettings>
If you aren't able to get a solution here in the next few days, you'll probably want to file a bug report on jira.atlassian.com. I'm not sure whether the hosted repository communication should respect the git/hg sslNoVerify option, or if they should define a new one.
The only other viable option I can see is to persuade your network administrator to shell out the cash for a valid certificate.
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