I have cleared all of the cached windows credentials.
I have cleared the source tree credentials.
It continually sends invalid credentials top stash and locks my account. I cant work.
version: latest ... 18.104.22.168
POSSIBLY SOLVED:: OK. If anyone else this problem, then try going to Tools --> Options --> Git (Tab). At the bottom of the page, see the button "Update Embedded Git". Click this and it will do an update of the embedded Git version. You will see the version number change.
I then closed Source Tree and restarted it. The next update (Pushed a new tag), I did, it asked me for my credentials. All has been good since.
I do think that ATLASSIAN could do some minimum version compatibility checks on this and let the user know that it is incompatible and needs to be updated. Source Tree was telling me that I had the latest version, but this is misleading, as I only had the latest version of Source Tree but it was using an old incompatible version of embedded GIT.
Please fix this ATLASSIAN.
I add bitbucket and github accounts. Set Keys and password, set ssh to my bitbucket, I configure a lot of things, even so, SourceTree ask me for credentials, and i enter the bitbucket credentials to push to the github repository. 1 hour trying to solve this crap.
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Found an answer that maybe helpful.
The only thing that worked for me was navigating to C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree and removing the passwd file.
Once this file is removed, restart SourceTree and execute a fetch or something else that requires access to the repo in question. SourceTree will then prompt you for your password, rewriting the cached credentials.
@David S Everyone should like and thank David.
I saw a lot of time wasting answers on this issue. I wish I have a power to wipe those answers of the internet and leave David's answer. Because of David, I signed up to Atlassian for the first time to say thank you.
I have been locked out of my account again.
I checked the KeyChain and it has the wrong password in it, this morning it was just a single character, unrelated to my password. So it looks to me like SourceTree is sending the incorrect password to the KeyChain. Which is then used to log into my remote server and after a few attempts I get locked out.
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