I am currently in the process of Installing Bitbucket Server on our Windows Server 2012 R2 machine.
I have installed Git 2.6.3-64-bit and installed Bitbucket-4.1.0-x64.
I have installed Git in our "D:\Development\Git" directory
Bitbucket is installed in "D:\BitBucket" and the Bitbucket data directory is "D:\BitBucket_ApplicationData".
I am getting the error message "Git was not found on the PATH for Bitbucket. Install Git 1.8.0+, excluding 220.127.116.11, 2.0.2, 2.0.3, and restart Bitbucket."
I have seen that you can tell Bitbucket where the Git binary files are in the bitbucket.properties file.
I have then saved this file in the "D:\Development\BitBucket_ApplicationData\shared\bitbucket.properties" directory.
What am I missing???
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