Suppress credentials prompt when SSMS starts
Sometimes when I launch SSMS I see the "Source Control Credentials Required" dialog.
Your source control system requires credentials.
Enter the user name and password for the repository:
It's prompting me to update the expired credentials for one of my old development projects.
I don't want to update the credentials right now, but SQL Source Control is very persistent about it.
When I click Cancel, the dialog immediately reappears!
After clicking cancel about 10 times in a row, it finally stops asking.
Can you suppress the dialog on startup?
It would be better to ask only when it is really necessary, like when I want to sync the database with source control.
My SQL Source Control version is 220.127.116.112.
This was originally raised on the forum:
Iain Elder commented
Issue 1 in this older suggestion is a duplicate report: http://redgate.uservoice.com/forums/39019-sql-source-control/suggestions/5225187-simplify-datalink-source-code-repository-migration