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git error when attempting to push code to git server

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I am attempting to execute git push origin master when I do I get the following error:

git: 'credential-<password>' is not a git command.

does anyone have an idea of what that means?
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Are you on Windows? And, is your git version greater than 1.7.10? If so, try this:

git config --global credential.helper wincred

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Reference:  Caching your GitHub password in Git - User Documentation
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