How to access corporate BitBucket repositories with SourceTree?

I have just downloaded and installed SourceTree (for OSX). I want to use it with my corporate Bitbucket repository. Bitbucket (stash) is configured to use the corporate Active Directory (LDAP) server. 

SourceTree requires an Atlassian account–so I registered for one, using my email address. I can start SourceTree–but when I attempt to connect to Bitbucket, I can a message indicating that the login to the remote server (my corporate Bitbucket server) has failed. 

I see that someone else had this same problem with GitHub yesterday. Is there something we're missing?

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Hi @John Murdoch

You can right click on that particular repository and check out that repository into source Tree. 

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