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fatal: Authentication failed for 'https://bitbucket.....git

I had to change my jira password and now source tree does not work

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Hi @fXc6_pPq_ ,

 

Can you please check the below settings in your PC.

 

Control Panel\User Accounts\Credential Manager

find the source tree credentials and update the password here with new. can you try this, it may helps you.

Thank you very much this did it for me.

But I did change 3 local passwords:

git:https://bitbucket........services
git:https://USERNAME@bitbucket........services
sourcetree-rest:https://USERNAME@bitbucket......services

 

Changes the "sourcetree..."-pwd was not sufficient I think.

However, this is solved.

Thank you

Like Steffen Opel _Utoolity_ likes this

This solution doesn't solve the problem at me. in control panel / user accounts / credential manager - I have no stored credentials at all.

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