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Use pipeline ssh key for clone and push

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Hello, I need help.

I have a ssh pipeline key, created  Repository settings->Pipeline->SSH key-> Generate key.

And I want do two things:

1. Clone submodules using generated key. To configure it I add pipeline key to Repository settings->Access key in submodule repo. This part works fine.

2. Push artifacts to anohter repository, under another account, especialy created for this purpose. To do this I try add key to Personal settings-> SSH keys. And while I do I get the message "Someone has already added that key as an access key to a repository." - Yes I do it.

I can replace 1 and 2, but result the same. I can`t create second key for pipeline.

Anybody know how I can do clone and push, using same keya from pipeline, or it`s unlegal, and there is another way?

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Hi! 

I would say is unlegal use the same ssh key. 

Regarding 2 different account, what is the purpose ? maybe better to use 1 account ?

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