set password for repository

In sourcetree, how do you set a password for a particular repository - it's not prompting, I just get:

Access denied
Access denied
Access denied
Access denied
Access denied
Access denied

FATAL ERROR: Server sent disconnect message
type 2 (protocol error):
"Too many authentication failures

 

That's great, but there doesn't seem to be anywhere I can actually set the repository password, and it's not prompting for it?

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Found it, it's in options -> authentication - delete your saved credentials and it'll reprompt on next fetch / pull

For posterity, Mac or Windows?

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