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Could not read from remote repository Edited

Hello I followed this exactly -> "Setting Up SSH in Windows"

All steps checked out and even got success via -> ssh -T

so after: 

git remote add origin


I try: 

git push origin master



fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists.


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jredmond Atlassian Team Jun 13, 2019

You've added the public key to the repository as an access key. You need to remove it from the repo and add it to your account.

Thank you for your response, that worked perfectly!

Fantastic! Thank you very much!

Thanks Jim, it was very helpful for me too. :)

Thanks, you are so good. 

But i don't understand, why bitbucket give a option to add shh-key to repo?

jredmond Atlassian Team Aug 06, 2019

It's for CI/CD systems - using those keys, they can pull updates without occupying a user license.

Thanks a lot, it worked for me

This worked.

So, what are the individual repository "Access Keys" for?

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