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how does sourcetree support git enterprise SSO?

my company has SSO enabled for our git enterprise host, and when I tried to setup the account, there's only basic authentication, and it fails with following error:


what should I do?


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Mar 05, 2019

Hi @jasminewu229,

I believe it should work properly with an access token as described in their documentation. Please let us know if you encounter issues after that. 


Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

So I created the token, how do I use it w/ ST? Only basic auth is provided as an option.

In case anyone else ends up here looking for an answer: You just use it as the password, alongside your GitHub Enterprise username (i.e. your GitHub profile name, not necessarily the username/email you use for SSO).

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