Following the instructions for installing Git, we created an account named 
git.  All users log in using certificates associated with the git account 
but the certificate is stored on the developer machine so there's some very 
little security there.

Every check in is marked as being done by "git" and not the user who 
actually did it.  On our GitHub instance, on the other hand, commits are 
associated with the actual Windows user login.

The team that owns GitHub in our company is dropping it in favor of running 
Git in TFS so my team will most likely expand our usage of Git but we 
relaly need to overcome this identity issue with everything associating 
with 'git'.

How has other teams out there solved this problem?  Can it be solved?  



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