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How to add a self-hosted Gitlab account


we have a GitLab EE installed on a self-hosted server but no license added (so it works like a CE). (So from Sourcetree perspective does it counts as a GitLab CE or EE?)

On the other hand I can use GitLab API from Postman with my personal access token:
(I had to turn off "SSL verification" though...)

But, I cannot add my GitLab account to SourceTree using the very same PAT!
I tried it with both SSH and HTTPS.

The only message I get is "Authentication failed" and no entries in the "Process Log" window.

I am using SourceTree 3.1.3 on Windows.

Probably for the same reason I had to turn of SSL verification in Postman, Sourcetree cannot work. Is it possible to turn off SSL verification in Sourcetree, too?


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Mike Corsaro
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jul 08, 2019

Hello! You can disable SSL for git for Sourcetree under Options > Git. Not sure if it will help, but worth a try.

I already disable it. But still error.

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