Unable to use Source Tree on windows 10

My employer has implemented extremely strict policies for Windows 10.

For example:

  • Windows Credentials is disabled
  • Man-in-middle on https requests

When I start Source Tree and try to authenticate using an existing account, the https request fails.

Any workaround for this?

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Hi Arnvid, would authenticating via SSH be an option for you? For more info on how to do that, you can read Set up an SSH key.

Let us know if you have any questions!

Best regards,

Ana

When I start Source Tree the startup wizard is opened.  On step Atlassian account I click on "Use an existing account", which open a new dialog.  This dialog submit a http request that fails due to company restrictions.  This where it currently ends.

I'm more than willing to use SSH key to authenticate, but I never get to where I can add that.

When I start Source Tree the startup wizard is opened.  On step Atlassian account I click on "Use an existing account", which open a new dialog.  This dialog submit a http request that fails due to company restrictions.  This where it currently ends.

I'm more than willing to use SSH key to authenticate, but I never get to where I can add that.

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