LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL 🙂 Today is with family member none other than VISUAL STUDIO 🙂 Sharing the details of how the issue is resolved related to connecting with GIT from Visual Studio 2017.
- I am working on the one of the Job using CSOM which governs the Teams.
- Job make sure that every O365 Group has at least two group owners
- So as usual I started Visual Studio 2017 (bit behind, should us Visual Studio 2019 🙂 ).
- We are using GIT repository to commit our source code
- I started syncing the solution and getting an error.
- I couldn’t login to Git hub.
- When I was trying with Visual Studio Online, its working perfectly fine 🙂
Issue / Error:
Git failed with a fatal error.
could not read Username for ‘https://<name of my project in GIT>.visualstudio.com’: terminal prompts disabled
I am not only getting the issue while Syncing (Pulling) the changes but then I tried to clone again and same issue as follows
Error encountered while cloning the remote repository: Git failed with a fatal error.
could not read Username for ‘https:// <name of my project in GIT> .visualstudio.com’: terminal prompts disabled
Resolution: Again as usual Google my friend 🙂 Started bit googling and found couple of approaches and tried as well as
Approach 1 : Removing credentials from credential manager. Following are the steps:
- Go to Control Panel >> User Accounts as
- Click on link “Manage your credentials” from left menu as shown in below Fig2
- Click on “Windows Credentials” from where we can remove the credentials as shown in below two figures 3 and 4
- But this approach did not worked for me 🙁
Approach 2 : Deleting “Git” folder from the location “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Community\Common7\IDE\CommonExtensions\Microsoft\TeamFoundation\Team Explorer“. This approach worked for me 🙂
After successfully deleting “Git” folder, I could successfully log in.
Thanks for reading 🙂 HAVE A SAFE LIFE 🙂 TAKE CARE 🙂