Logon failed use ctrl c to cancel basic credential prompt to Git in Azure DevOps

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When I clone a git repository from Azure Repos into my local system, the clone succeeds, however I receive the following message:

Logon failed, use ctrl+c to cancel basic credential prompt 

I'm not sure what this is about; any ideas?

I'm authenticating my clone with a PAT token, and the command is:

git clone https://*************PAT*************@dev.azure.com/orgname/projectname/_git/reponame
Dec 15, 2022 in DevOps on Cloud by Nicholas
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