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Not able to add access key

I got this error when trying to add an access key - someone has already added that ssh key to another account


Is there a way to find out which account?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Apr 16, 2023

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  • The best way to do it is ask the person who gave you the key - they should not have given it to you, as keys should not be shared across accounts.
  • If it was you who used the key elsewhere, then it's going to be about remembering where you did it.

But either way, start at<your org>/workspace/settings/auditlog - that shows who has been adding keys (I'm not sure how large it might get before being purged, the small low activity one I'm looking at has records back to July 21, but there's only a few hundred entries)

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