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SourceTree configuration on local server

Hi, I am trying to setup SouceTree in my organization, where they worked till now with Git.

We have a local server against which SourceTree shall work and we cannot use the a cloud version.

I can connect to this server over ssh and access the folder where our projects shall be installed.

On the "Settings>Remotes>Add" I put in "URL/Path" ssh://mysshuser@myserverip, and on the "Host Type" options "it just makes sense to me to select "Unknown".

How can I configure this connection? The ssh does not perform and I am also never requested to enter a (ssh) password.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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