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Can't push to gerrit as sourcetree doesn't ask for password.

At work we use Gerrit and push to it. To push to gerrit, we need to use the command

git push origin HEAD:refs/for/<branch>

This command works on GitBash and I tried to make it a custom command on Sourcetree, but it doesn't work as sourcetree never as for password and I get the erro "Permission denied (publickey)". Does anyone why Sourcetree doesn't ask for password when Gitbash does?

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minnsey Atlassian Team Mar 27, 2019

Is the password to open the SSH Key?

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