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New SSH key does not work

I am trying to connect to my repositories using SSH key and it doesn't work.

The flow I'me doing is using Putty (on Windows OS):

  1. Generated a new key using Putty (type -> RSA).
  2. Started authentication agent using the privare generated key.
  3. Copy - Paste the public key in my personal settings -> SSH keys -> Add Key.

The ssh key doesn't work.

When trying to compare between the keys, I see that BitBucket is saving the key without the ending prefix rsa-key-20211130

But this is the only difference.

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I was able to resolve it, the problem was in Git Extensions -> Tools -> Settings -> SSH  -> select PuTTY client to be used

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