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Not saving password when connecting to DevOps (MacOS)

I'm using MacOS SourceTree version 4.0.1 (234) to connect with DevOps git repositories.

The account is set up using a private token; username is <private-token-password> and Password is <private-token-password>. Protocol is HTTPS.

This works and I can clone and access repos.

The problem is that SourceTree keeps asking me for the password. I have to provide <private-token-password> three times when cloning a repo and each time I pull, push, or fetch change sets.

Any idea?

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