I am trying to install on Windows 7, and after clicking on the Bitbucket icon, my browser pops up and after "grant access", the browser confirms authentication and says to close the page, but the install screen never activates the "Next" button... and cliicking Bitbucket again does nothing... so I'm stuck...
Hi Jeffrey, welcome to the Community!
This is most likely related to the browser. Please make sure Internet Explorer is updated to the latest version as Sourcetree relies on it for authentication.
If that's not enough, try changing your Internet Explorer Security Zone Settings:
Let us know if that helps you!
I really need this sourcetree to work on a client's desk top which sits within a secure network.
Have followed instructions and source install will not progress to registration even though it has a successful login into my atlassian account
is there a list of firewall settings?
As I have already reported twice, the proposed solution DOES NOT WORK
I am running WIndows 7 SP1 on a VM with all of the updates, through 17 Jan 2020, installed.
Internet Explorer is updated automatically with the latest releases. Currently 11.0.9600.19596.
Update Versions 11.0.170.
Access data sources across domains is enabled.
The installer puts up the BitBucket login and I enter the account and password (I was not logged in prior to starting the installation).
The browser then displays "This page can't be displayed".
The address bar shows http:////localhost:34106/?state=authenticated&code=mZXYzHpy5zAGMSTF7u
The Sourcetree installer is unresponsive to all possible clicks except exiting.
When I exit the browser, start a new one, and go to bitbucket, I am already logged in.
As I have said before, when I return to my host processor, which runs Windows 10, I can use Sourcetree normally.
Have a similar issue.. IT support solved the issue where the address bar shows "http:////localhost:34106/?state=authenticated&code=mZXYzHpy5zAGMSTF7u"
The install starts up and reports that it has authenticated on my bitbucket account, but that is where it ends.
Surely there is an error log some where we can use to trouble shoot issue!
Why doesn’t SourceTrer have technical support?
i am told to make Chrome default but also told that sourcetrer only works with explorer.
there is no guidance on how to make chrome default.
i am told to load mysterious files supplied by unidentifiable third parties into critical areas of my computer. I am not willing to risk that.
its been a month and still not working.
i don’t know how or why people put up with this abysmal performance
This is a windows 7 issue and we have corporate clients who are still sitting on windows 7 SOE.
Now with Corvid 19, resources are limited and our clients may not have head room to address issues at the moment.
So what happens when Atlassian purges HG repositories in two months?
It the virus does not get us Atlassian will!!
How hopeless is this sourcetree team?
I'm facing same issue. Tried to run using IE, Firefox and chrome, every attempts didn't work. But the authorized register of Auth bitBucket session has been updated after all attempts.
|Sourcetree for Windows||Commit with confidence and visualize your work. Securely manage your personal and team repositories with Sourcetree, a free Git and Mercurial client for Windows.||2020-01-14T18:58:34+00:00|
What a sheety software...
This is so frustrating. I'm trying to put a copy on my laptop and I've been trying everything and reading forums to find a fix for several hours.
Why not just let install THEN validate the registration??
The temporary webserver of the installer isn't working for me and that's where I'm so stuck now. Going to try with an older version and then to skip registration...
I tried numerous hacks suggested by various people to get this bloomin' thing to get past Registration. What finally worked was I updated Chrome to latest updates and uninstalled the current version of SourceTree and then downloaded and installed 3.2.6 for Win 7. I tried it twice, and on the second install attempt, it WORKED! This is an awful lot of screwing around to get some buggy code to work that should have just worked to start with.
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