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OK this is not fun at all. I've got two PCs, both running SourceTree. I'm moving my development environment across from my old PC to my new one. SourceTree was functioning perfectly fine on both, until today on my new PC when I started getting the infamously dreaded "Too many invalid password attempts. Log in at https://id.atlassian.com/ to restore access." error when trying to push changes or clone a repository. Bizarrely, the this does not happen with the SourceTree on my old PC, which seems to be working fine. I've tried the following;
I'm essentially stuck, I can't push up my changes which means the rest of my team can't progress work on this project any further. Does anyone have any ideas?
Was able to pull using the command line (git pull origin), but unable to with SourceTree.
After trying many different suggestions, I installed git from git-scm.com.
Then in SourceTree went to Tools > Options > Git > Git Version
Selected "System" button.
Now able to pull without "too many invalid password attempts".