Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Find the credentials related to your git account and edit them to use the updated passwords as per the image below: I hope this helps with your Git issues. You may also need to update the origin for your repository if set to https: git remote -v git remote remove origin git remote add origin git github. We tried to uninstall and re-install both Git and Visual Studio. How to update your Git credentials on Windows 06 August 2015 Posted in , , Git is awesome and I love it. Holy shit I regret updating to this horrible version.
Do you think this behavior is relevant for the Windows Credential Manager? It never prompts a window with request for user and password Also verified this: credential. Finally, i found the solution, So thought of posting it. An error occurred while sending the request. Only on Linux command line, we have this issue. I'm stuck not being able to fetch or pull anything.
Details: tokenSecretStore can't be null Fatal: java. If username is provided without password, prompt for the password. These kinds of error comes if sometimes your system password has changed recently anytime. But i am able to login to bitbucket with the same credentials. Details: - SourceTree version 2. When I got this error, I reset my credentials by clicking the link in Azure after a few tries. Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub: Just notice that is you already have tfs remote configured i.
The problem is that at this point it tells me my user name is already taken, so I also changed my user name to another one. We also tried to set the authentication method by environment variable. For systems looking to avoid checking for the Microsoft. If you do want to distinguish these cases, set this option to true. Enter user name and token as password On Windows, you can easily create a Personal Access Token using the. It seems that deleting or perhaps renaming a file worked for me as well.
Have a question about this project? License This project uses the. Just install that utility, and then the next time you git pull from Git Bash, it will prompt you for your Visual Studio Team Services access credentials. Quote from the site: It magically works when credentials are needed. Has anyone got such a problem before? This manual describes the mechanisms Git uses to request these credentials, as well as some features to avoid inputting these credentials repeatedly. Does anyone have any idea what the cause of this problem is and how I can fix it? I wiped out the SourceTree uninstall and the directory deleted and installed 2.
Currently we use the Git for Windows which is shipped by the Visual Studio Installer. It is not for visualstudio. You need to enable Alternate Authentication Credentials if you want to use other Git clients outside of Visual Studio. If that still doesn't work, you can switch to an ssh url: git remote set-url origin git github. Surprisingly the right answer somewhere here in comments but not in answers and some of them are really weird! An error occurred while sending the request. But this doesn't work either.
Once source tree has generated a new key the save option is still greyed out. This allows specification of the installation options explained below. Use the command line, and don't depend on the popup. Then my good friend David Rankin came to the rescue. Doesn't make too much sense to me.
And I probably glossed over some essential warning copy while doing so. I have several boxes with git-tfs running and was prompted by git-tfs just on one of them, but workaround described above was reliable for me so far. You'll be asked for credentials. But I cant clone any of my repositories in windows. Some logs for the developers for v1.