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Sourcetree can only access remote repo through HTTP url, but not SSH

Hi there,


I've encountered an issue when using Sourcetree to clone Git codes from the remote repo to my local PC.


Previously, I always use SSH url to clone files, and it still works on my old laptop (WIN10). However, in my new PC (also WIN10), when I login Sourcetree with the same NT account, and hope to clone the same codes with SSH url, it failed, but it could work through HTTP url...


Can anyone help to figure out this?


Many thanks,




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Seems like the new version of Sourcetree only supports HTTP url?

Anyhow, when I copied all developing files as well as SSL credentials files from my old PC to the new one, and use the http url, eveything works well.

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