Hi there - I’m using TortoiseGit (on Windows) to access some personal git repos hosted at github. Up until now, I’ve been able to push to my repos via a user name and password - but it seems that in future I’ll either need to use SSH or a personal access token. I have an SSH key (.pub file) that I use for a different site and it came with a Putty key (.ppk file) that I need for my local TortoiseGit client. So earlier today, I logged into my github account and successfully registered the .pub file.
IIUC I now need to add the Putty key to my local TortoiseGit project (which I’ve done under TortoiseGit’s Setting). But when I try to push to that particular repo, I’m still getting asked for a user name and password which (I assumed) I wouldn’t need any more… Is there something else I need to do? e.g. set up each repo so that it’ll know to use SSH access future, rather than continuing to ask for my user name and password?