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How do I import a git repository via ssh protocol that uses an ssh key?

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Our GIT server is accessed via an public/private keys rather than password.  Each user requires a key to clone or access the repository.

 

Therefore, the Bitbucket server, needs to be provided an key, for it to have access to the GIT server and import the repository.  We don't know where to place the keys for Bitbucket instance.

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Sujay Atlassian Team Jul 06, 2020

Hello,

Each user needs to add the keys to their profile using the steps mentioned in https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/ssh-user-keys-for-personal-use-776639793.html

Feel free to contact us in case of any questions.

 

Cheers,

Sujay Raj

Atlassian Premier Support 

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