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Hi all,

I'm trying to integrate our group's internal Gitlab CE server in the Sourcetree client, so far with little success and would really appreciate some pointers. SSH keys are setup between Gitlab CE and Sourcetree, I can clone repositories without problems. My bitbucket account is also configured and usable. I've generated a PAT with every scope checked in, no expiry date.

When I try to add a hosting account, I fill in the dialog thusly:

I click "Refresh Personal Access Token", get the prompt, enter my Gitlab username as username and the token hash as password and get "Authentication failed" as a result. Is there a log I can access somewhere giving me a bit more info than that?



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