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Someone has already added that SSH key to another account.

I have two repositories and two different files.  When I try to add the *.pub file to SSH for my first repository I get the above message.  The second repro does NOT have a SSH key.

Any ideas what is causing this error message?


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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Nov 21, 2019

Hi Gerald, and welcome!

I've checked your Bitbucket Cloud account associated with this Atlassian account and I could see that there're already 2 SSH keys added to it. Can you confirm if the SSH key you're trying to add now is different from those 2?



@Ana Retamal so how to check on SSH keys that are added to the atlassian account? 

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