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Sourcetree keeps asking credetials for old server

Sourcetree keeps asking for credetials for a server no longer in use. I can't find any account in settings which should connect to this server. it is an old TFS server (local). Repositories were moved to git on azure devops (vsts)


any idees how to fix this?

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Mikael Sandberg
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Sep 17, 2019

Hi @Peter Zantinge,

Welcome to the Atlassian Community.

Do you still have an old repository that references the old server? Check Settings for each repository to see if the URL is still referencing it. Also check under Tools > Options > Authentication to see if you have an account pointing to it.

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