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Where is bamboo environment variables

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In the Bamboo Maven build log, I see the following

build 12-Jan-2021 09:59:32 [DEBUG] Reading user settings from C:\Users\tfsservices\.m2\settings.xml
build 12-Jan-2021 09:59:35 [DEBUG] properties used...
env.USERPROFILE=C:\Users\tfsservices
user.name=tfsservices
user.home=C:\Users\tfsservices

We have BitBucket as our repository. Bamboo is in a different server. BitBucket repository is in a different server. 

Can you please tell me how bamboo knows it ought to connect via user tfsservices.
I have been searching bamboo site settings, plan settings, global variables, etc.
I am using this page as a reference for my search... 
https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/bamboo-variables-289277087.html

Since it worked for a new project build, without me setting any user details, the settings would not be in project or plan level.

Was this user given while linking bitbucket and bamboo?
I could not find it yet.
I wonder if these variables only show up for admin users. I do not know if I am admin.

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