could you show us the command and part of its output that shows this git
user do "checkins"?
On 28 Jul 2015 06:53, "Dale Preston" <dalep...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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