How to enable STASH host type in Source tree?

I have SourceTree running on two computers (my laptop and my desktop).  On the laptop I have several repos linked to our corporate STASH server.  It works great.  On my desktop I can not select a host as being STASH.  STASH simply does not appear in the dropdown choices.  I have killed all SourceTree items in preferences and application support.  I have downloaded the latest version and replaced the app.  No change.  I can find nothing in the preferences or any reference to this in web searches.  I must be missing something obvious but this is driving me nuts.

 

This is the remote account setup on the desktop

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This is the remote account setup on the laptop

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There's been some rebranding going on. Bitbucket Server is the new name for Stash.

https://www.atlassian.com/software/bitbucket/server

when you use Bitbucket Server and input a STASH url it fails.

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