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I don't really know where to start my research on this. I need to make it so my developers can only access our Bitbucket repositories through a VM I set up.
Where I'm mixed up is this: if a Bitbucket user has access to their email, how can I keep them from accessing private repositories on their local machine that they must access for work.
Thanks for any help. I generally try to be better-read before asking a question - but I'm really not even sure where to start.
Hey @Michael Jay
and welcome to the Bitbucket Community!
If the Virtual Machine in question has a fixed IP address, you could leverage the IP allowlisting feature available on Bitbucket Cloud Premium subscription.
With the IP allowlisting enabled, you can restrict access to your workspace and its repositories only to the IPs added to the list. So if you included just the VM's IP to that list, the workspace would only be accessible from that VM.
You can find further details about that feature and how to enable it in the following documentation :
Hope that helps! Should you have any questions, please let us know.