We recently decommissioned an old server that was an internal GIT remote. Now the password dialog "Windows Security" "Git Credential Manager for Windows" prompts quite often for my username / password. I click Cancel or enter my credentials but it just reappears shortly. This starts fairly soon after I open SourceTree but continues after I close it.
I have removed all accesses that I can find, and even did a text search for the server name and edited it out of some SourceTree data files to no avail. I removed all references in the Windows credential manager that I could find. Right now, I just ignore the dialog and things all work fine.
Any ideas on how to clear out the reference to this server?
You can try this, run this in Git Bash/command line
Doesn't that just turn off the feature of using the credential manager? I have other repos that I want to use the manager for. I just need to remove this obsolete one from the list. I will experiment with these settings when it gets too annoying though.
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