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How do I establish public SSH keys for my team, not for a specific user

We are using Capistrano to deploy code, and we have established public ssh keys in MY bitbucket account to allow the remote server to pull from bitbucket. But what happens if I leave the organization and they bump me off the team?

If I establish the remote server as another user, I pay more license fees. Is there a way to establish public ssh keys at the team level?

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Hello @Bill Fox,

Thanks for reaching out.

Access keys are designed for this. You can add same access key to multiple repositories.

Another option is to add SSH key for your team account (under team SettingsSSH keys). It will work for all repositories in that team. As mentioned on this documentation page, although Bitbucket doesn't allow to log in as a team account anymore, SSH keys can still be used.

Hope this helps.


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