Since Windows 10 1803, a built-in/optional OpenSSH implementation is included with Windows, including a SSH agent service. I've configured git to use this OpenSSH by adding this to my .gitconfig:
sshCommand = "C:/Windows/System32/OpenSSH/ssh.exe"
Sourcetree however, seems to only want to use either Pageant or the OpenSSH agent bundled with Git. Anyone know of a workaround, or do we just have to wait for Sourcetree to support the built-in OpenSSH implementation?
Is this feature still considered for a future release?
In my new job I started using SourceTree, since it is the division policy, and I like it so far. However, I wish it could use Windows SSH-Agent, which I already successfully configured for the few instances when I do manual git commands.
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