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SSL Authentification using Client Certificates

Hi,

we'd like to connect to a Bitbucket Enterprise Server (not hosted by us (or you)) using an https connection which requires a SSL Client certificate.

 

Accessing the Repository URL from a Webbrowser works fine, but using SourceTree on Mac OS (or git from the cli) doesn't work. But instead throws this error:

SSL peer handshake failed, the server most likely requires a client certificate to connect.

Error seems reasonable, but how could I in fact configure the client certificate? The browser (in this case Safari) explicit ask for the Client Certificate upon connection, how could this be done in SourceTree?

 

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Sep 28, 2017

Hi Christian, have you checked this article already: Resolving SSL self-signed certificate errors ?

Cheers!

Ana

Did not help me at all - but I figured it out by myself.

Hi Christian,

Care to share how you solved the problem?

-Jarkko

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