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My work Win10 machine has a "mapped" Home drive, call it "H:". Due to some recent issues I had to delete my local "profile". Before I did the delete I copied the ".ssh" dir and other things off to the H drive for safe keeping. I now wonder if I can configure Sourcetree to look in that non-standard location for the ssh keys?
This isn't an answer but I had to do something... I moved the .ssh dir back from the mapped H drive mentioned above to my local "profile". I had to reestablish the remote info via:
git remote rename origin old-origin
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.orgCo.com:me/myProject.git
git push -u origin --all
git push -u origin --tags
Thanks, I have active ssh keys, this page seems to only tell me how to generate new ones.
My keys are not sitting is the "default" location that putty creates (C:\Users\me\.ssh). Instead, they are on a mapped drive (H:\.ssh). My guess is that Sourcetree only know to look in the .ssh directory in the user's home directory.
I have tried going to Tools -> Options and setting the "SSH Client Configuration" section but that has not worked.
I may have to move the .ssh dir back to the "normal" location
I have tried creating a windows "junction" to link to the mapped drive location. That is not working.