Password authentication is temporarily as part of a brownout. please use a personal access token instead

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How I was able to resolve it.

Step 1 : create a token. follow the URL: Creating a personal access token - GitHub Docs

Step 2 : Go to git and create a repository of the project, ignore if created previously. Copy your repo link .

Step 3 : install git on your pc if you not install already.

Step 4 : Navigate inside your project directory.

Step 5 : in the file explore field where your folder name directory are display (Beside the search field), clear it and input cmd and press enter . it will open a command line with the project directory.

Step 6 : use the following command:
git remote add origin https://Your project repo link you copied
git branch -M main
git push -u origin main

Step 7 : You can use the token you previously generated or your username and password to authenticate . confirm that your project has been push successfully to your project repo. else recheck from step 1 to step 7.

Step 8. Go back to your uipath the make some changes to your work. try and push and commit your work. This time it will ask you to enter your git credentials.

Note: Use the token your have generated. your change will be push successfully without the error.

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As Github earlier said we will no longer accept account passwords when authenticating with the REST API and will require the use of token-based authentication.

To solve Password authentication is temporarily disabled as part of a brownout. Please use a personal access token instead of this error you just need to create a new token and then Update the remote URL. That’s It.

Your error will be solved.

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Hello,

Github has stopped password authentication from 13th August 2021.

See how to fix this error here

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