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Resolving SSL Self-Signed Certificate Errors For SourceTree Windows

When adding a corporate GIT stash URL in source tree, we get this error: Resolving SSL Self-Signed Certificate Errors on a windows 7 system. I saw the resolution for this error on a Mac system but didnt get any reference on Windows. Is this a known bug? Can you please help. I do not see an option to trust the certificate

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ThiagoBomfim Atlassian Team Mar 04, 2014

Hi Khyati,

Have you checked this aritcle yet?

Best regards,

Thiago Bomfim

Atlassian Support

Thanks. That worked.

This is overly complicated.

Like Gabriel_Belmonte likes this

This is excessively complicated. If the Host trusts the CA for the certificate, so should any application running on the Host. This check by Sourcetree needs to be revisited.

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