Remote: You are not allowed to upload code

Starting this morning when attempting to push code to a repository that I have had no problems comitting or pushing code to before began giving me the following:

git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false --no-optional-locks push -v --tags --set-upstream origin ds/features/email-event-blast-management:ds/features/email-event-blast-management
remote: You are not allowed to upload code.
fatal: unable to access '': The requested URL returned error: 403

Pushing to
Completed with errors, see above.

I have checked repo permissions (I am a maintainer for this project, only master is a protected branch), Sourcetree permissions, Git configuration. Reset my password on GitLab, changed in Sourcetree. Cloned the repo fresh to a new directory after changing password - and continue to get the same errors. Nothing I have tried so far has resolved the issue.

I’ve done a lot of Google searching but all I find are issues with protected branches, where the error message displayed is different (you are not allowed to upload to a protected branch), but nothing on this specific error.

Any ideas on anything else I should try?

EDIT: Note I have no problem committing or pushing to any other repo using the same account on GitLab. This only seems to apply to this specific repository.

EDIT2: I re-installed Git using the latest version and tried to push from the command line and get the same issue. This is driving me nuts! :stuck_out_tongue:

Hi! Can you open an issue in Seems something wrong with the particular project, we’d need more info to check it out.

You can mark the issue as confidential if this is a private project.