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Everytime i restart the SourceTree application, it asks me for the password for one of my GitHub account added into SourceTree.
Now the situation is i have added 3 accounts to the SourceTree.
One is a BitBucket account for which i used user name and password and HTTPS.
The second account is a GitHub account for which i used user name and personal access token as password with HTTPS.
Third account is another GitHub account for which also i have used the user name and personal access token as password with HTTPS.
Problem is i only get password popup for the 3rd account everytime i restart the SourceTree. Not for the other 2 accounts. Why is this kind of behavior. I tried searching for solutions and applied many solutions i found from community but none of them worked. One thing i can find weird is when i searched in the password section of Keychain application for SourceTree, i found password for the first 2 accounts but could not find the password entry for the 3rd. I have tried re-adding the account as well in SourceTree but that also did not made an entry in the Keychain application.
Edited in the account section multiple times and used password and personal access token alternatively for 4-5 times and then i was able to see the entry for access token in the Keychain app but suddenly the entry for the BitBucket account was vanished from the Keychain application. After that i removed the BitBucket account from SourceTree and re-added it using OAuth. Now all 3 account works fine and SourceTree does not ask for password for anything.
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