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SourceTree not listing remote repositories from Bitbucket Server

We cannot see most repositories from our Bitbucket Server apart from four. Looks like this is a known issue and not sure if this was resolved. I have tried using HTTPS and SSH but to no avail. At one point I did see a longer list (not sure if it was all repos) when initially setting up my remote connection after installation but not any more.

I have full project admin rights on all our projects. We have recently moved to Bitbucket so we are using fairly latest version of Bitbucket and SourceTree 

Is this still an issue or am I missing something and is there a workaround?

note: cloning via SourceTree from the clone option in Bitbucket server does add the repo correctly. 

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