Sourcetree + Azure DevOps error

If you are facing the issue with Sourcetree, that you can not push to your Azure DevOps repository, because it fails with the following error:

Pushing to
fatal: unable to access '': The requested URL returned error: 403

Copy the URL returned by the error, and browse it with a web browser.

If needed, provide your login credentials in the browser, then try again.

SourceTree keeps asking for password on macOS

If you are experiencing that the sourcetree is keeps asking for username and/or password when fetching, pushing, pulling, commiting to a repository, open up a terminal and execute the following command

git config --global credential.helper osxkeychain

This happened for me after installing a third party password manager, called LastPass.

Azure DevOps / hosted version controlling with SourceTree on MacOSX

If you want to access your Git based repository with SourceTree, you need to genereate a Personal Access Token for your account in DevOps. Follow the tutorial above:

After you have done with setting up PAT, set up SourceTree on Mac:

  1. SourceTree > Preferences
  2. Accounts > Add…

Enter your devops server url. ex:
As username, enter your e-mail address
As password, paste your private access token
Set the protocol to HTTPS.

After the success configuration, you will see your remote repositories on the main screen of Remotes section.

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