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My SSH key disappeared

I can push and pull all repos through ssh without any problem but my key is nowhere to be found. Its not in my personal settings, not in the repo settings... Any ideia where it went? 

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Mateus T Atlassian Team Aug 09, 2022

Hi Nuno!

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

SSH keys can be stored on three different levels:

  1. Your personal Settings: Keys added to your personal settings should allow you to use Git over SSH to any repositories you have access to;
  2. Repository Settings: Keys added to repositories settings are referred to as access keys, and provide you with read-only access to that repository only;
  3. Workspace Settings: You can also add keys to the workspace level. In this case, this key should provide you with read/write access to all repositories hosted within this workspace.

In this case, since you cannot find your keys under your personal settings and inside your repositories, I'd advise checking your shared workspace's settings in order to confirm your Key is there! You can achieve this by clicking on your Avatar > All workspaces Manage on your shared workspace > SSH Keys.

Cheers,

Mateus T

Hey Mateus.

Thanks for the reply. They are on the 3 option you mentioned. 

Best,

NC

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