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Help: Source Tree+Bit Bucket to be used in Education environment for version control of projects

Hello,

New here, one of our lecturers wishes our students to use Source Tree coupled with BitBucket to use as a tool for version control on their own projects.

I've done some reading and testing already but wanted to confirm a few things:

1. Licensing, am I correct I can just use the Enterprise MSI? Or do I need to apply for this->https://www.atlassian.com/survey/classroom-license-request?_ga=2.63945199.1710645146.1578922293-1544895371.1573659542

2. I can use the Enterprise MSI to deploy silently using SCCM, I've found ways to automate it so that Bitbucket is installed prior to SourceTree, however; it still wants me to sign-up/sign-in by default, this can't really work as we use mandatory profiles here, however I found another fix that sort of bypasses this (https://github.com/yike8/sourcetree-skip-bitbucket-registration/blob/master/Readme.txt) this works absolutely fine on a normal system but once used for Students with mandarory profiles, it starts up with 'Registration complete', then we need to continue and select a few more settings - Can this be automated at all?

Apologies for the long rambling post...Essentially I am wondering if anyone else here uses SourceTree+BitBucket in an education environment where the students use mandatory profiles?

Many thanks

1 answer

Hi all,

No one has used this in an Education environment then? Am I able to contact Support directly concerning the question?

Thanks

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