I have my public key set in some users repo and I can't remove it from there.
Went through this KB article : https://confluence.atlassian.com/bbkb/someone-has-already-registered-that-ssh-key-338365482.html .
At the bottom it says "Then visit the account for that username and remove or update the SSH key configuration." . How do I do that? I went to the users page I can't do anything there. Any instructions?
I tried to contact that user numerous times and he's not responding.
Hi Tomaz, if you don't have access to the Bitbucket account where your SSH key has been registered, you won't be able to remove it. You'll need to create a new one following the steps at Set up an SSH key.
Let us know if you have any questions!
Hi! In my case, I did a full Atlassian account delete without removing the SSH key. Why this error occurs? So, you're not deleting also any service/setting related to that deleted account?? If it's a full delete then everything should be deleted including the SSH key.
Am I correct to assume Atlassian is not really deleting the account but only tagging it as deleted that's why it still says "someone has already registered that ssh"?
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