Install Stash with Git in a non-standard location

Corporate policy does not allow us to install applications on the boot partition so I have Git installed in d:\Git.  When I try to install Stash, I get an error message saying it can't find Git.  How do I get around this?


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Update the Stash Properties file to point to your git location. It can be found in:


Then update the relative property like so...


%STASH_HOME% is set to E:\Atlassian\ApplicationData\Stash. I have no file anywhere under that directory.

What version of Stash do you have? How about the 'shared' folder?

v3.11.2 I checked every drive, I can't find that file anywhere...

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