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cloning repository throws "not valid source url error"

When cloning repository from remote bitbucket into local repository using sourcetree app and HTTP method I get "not valid source url error" even so the repository authentication is OK and the cloning is initiated from bitbucket cloud account which has been logged as the owner of the repository . Please see attached screenshots. Please help to resolve.

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Hi, Kostiantyn. Thank you for replying, I have resolved the problem by deleting all windows credentials for git:https://... in windows control panel Credential Manager then re-entered my credentials in SourceTree and now it works. I found on google that it is known windows bug or whatever type of this problem that it is windows doesn't modify credentials if they have been changed in SourceTree. You have to clean those manually.

Hi Alex, thanks for replying.

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