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Sourcetree does not work with SSH (plink)

Hello,

if I try to connect to bitbucket with sourcetree (version 3.0.12) via ssh (plink) I only get the error message:


Server refused our key

 

I have set the putty/pageant option in Sourcetree.

 

Pageant is running and keys are loaded.
The key was added to my bitbucket account.It works with a different key on a different PC and it works on this PC with SSH (but the Sourcetree support for SSH is very poor, the key has to be added manual after every new start of sourcetree).Were is the problem, how can it be fixed?Regards!    Stefan

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jan 03, 2019

Hello! Sounds like you have the wrong keypair loaded, or the wrong key loaded in Bitbucket/locally. Make sure you double check and see if they match.

Under "Tools > Options > General"  there's a 'SSH Client Configuration' area where you can set your SSH key to load on startup.

hecked it not only twice but much more often. That is not the problem...

(And the problem with the 'SSH Client Configuration' is, that it only loads the ssh keys in pageant, but not if you use the openSSH mode)

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