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Why are only some of my remote repositories shown?

I can only see some of the remote repositories, while others do not show up. I can log onto Stash/Bitbucket Server and see all the repositories, and have verified with coworkers that they can access them just fine (meaning the repositories are not the issue).

I have tried installing different versions of Sourcetree, deleting and re-adding the Stash/Bitbucket Server account, and trying suggestions I found online.

Any assistance is much appreciated. Thank you.


As you can see here, repositories in the SFT project do not appear.

SFT repos not showing up.png

But repositories in the VB6 project appear just fine.VB6 repos shows up fine.png

This is just to show the two projects in Stash/Bitbucket Server.

both projects (SFT, VB6) exist.png

Here you can see that the VB6 project has repositories (which did show up in Sourcetree).

VB6 these repos do show up.png

Here you can see that the SFT project has repositories which should show up in Sourcetree, but do not.

SFT has multiple repos that should be showing up in sourcetree.png

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