stash read only user access

Is it possible to make a read-only clone of a private repository using http protocol.

so a user could have a private repository and if i know the url to that repository, would it be possible to clone the repository.

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Hi Rajesh,

Definitely not, that would be a security problem. You can either get someone to grant you read access, or alternative add a deployment key (which would be over SSH).

If you don't mind me asking, what are you trying to do?

Charles

within a enterprise we want to be able to build the private repositories created by various users.

is there a way to have a global ssh key ?

I'm afraid not. You would have to add the deploment key to each repository. Can your users create their repositories in a project that has a deployment key, rather than private ones?

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