I have two GitLab account and want to use them with TortoiseGit so for that I made keys and add them to each account so no I have to key in .ssh folder like id_rsa_account1 and id_rsa_account2.<br /> Also I changed config file like <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30320458/how-to-set-up-two-ssh-keys-for-two-gitlab-accounts-and-push-pull-by-using-tortoi" rel="nofollow">here</a> and now I dont have problem in using git with cmd but I want to use it with TortoiseGit.
Now how can I have two repository like test1 and test2 and use them with TortoiseGit?Answer1:
<a href="https://stackoverflow.com/q/30320458/3906760" rel="nofollow">How to set up two SSH keys for two GitLab accounts and push/pull by using TortoiseGit?</a> only works if you use OpenSSH.
For using putty plink (which is the default in TortoiseGit) you need to create an alias in putty. You can find an answer here: <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/a/29183147/3906760" rel="nofollow">https://stackoverflow.com/a/29183147/3906760</a>
You can also make TortoiseGit use Openssh by setting the ssh client to "ssh" in TortoiseGit network settings.Answer2:
I have written an answer 'how to have <strong>multiple accounts with TortoiseGit with different username/password</strong> method (<strong>not with rsa keys</strong>). If you are interested in that method, then checkout the answer here <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/a/49468061/4036462" rel="nofollow">https://stackoverflow.com/a/49468061/4036462</a>