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Unable to access any repo through sourcetree

I have several repositories set up in sourcetree, which last week were still working, but since today I keep getting the following error on each of them when trying to pull/push anything:

fatal: HttpRequestException encountered.
An error occurred while sending the request.

I have tried accessing the repositories via the bitbucket website, and there they work without any issues.

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Hi Michael,

 

 

I was using (embedded) credential manager 1.16.1, and after installing 1.17.1 and switching to the system installed git, the issue seems to have been resolved. 

 

Thanks :)

minnsey Atlassian Team Sep 06, 2018

Glad you are back up and running.

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minnsey Atlassian Team Sep 06, 2018

My initial assumption is that you've upgraded to a broken version of the Git Credential Manager.

Can you check what version of Git you are using, you can see this in the Tools/Options/Authentication tab, and the version of the Git Credential Manager you are using, you can do this in the Terminal by running:

>git credential-manager version

Also can you, in the Terminal, set the following environment variable

GCM_TRACE=1

And then run a git pull or push?

This will produce logging for the Git Credential Manager.

Version 1.17.1 has fixes for Bitbucket authentication and can be downloaded from here https://github.com/Microsoft/Git-Credential-Manager-for-Windows/releases/tag/v1.17.1

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