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How to connect SourceTree to Bitbucket via single sign-on?


I am having immense trouble executing any pull/push through the Sourcetree interface. My company has a single sign-on that looks to execute correctly when I go to Tools > Options > Authentication. When there, I have it set up as HTTPS and the OAuth says "Authentication OK". I then try to to clone a repository via Bitbucket, choose HTTPS, and then Clone in Sourcetree. Sourcetree then says "This is not a valid source path / URL", which it is definitely a valid source path and matches everything in Bitbucket. I have even connected to a local repository and then try pulling and I get " Because your Atlassian account admin requires single sign-on, you'll need to authenticate with an app password." Any help would be greatly appreciated as I've essentially exhuasted every resource to help resolve this issue.

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Are you using Bitbucket Server or Cloud Version?

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