Maintaining complex dependency graphs this way can be complex and hard to maintain.
For that reason, we recommend using a user key instead. Most users have probably already done this to be able to clone the repositories locally.
For information about using an application to access configuration values served by a Config Server service instance, see the Writing Client Applications topic.
You can configure a Config Server configuration source so that the Config Server accesses it using the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol.
Registering users cannot be automated, since that would violate the Git Hub Terms of Service.
Whether the Config Server should clone the default repository when it starts up (by default, the Config Server will only clone the repository when configuration is first requested from the repository).
At the end of the process, it will ask you whether you want to store the generated key somewhere, usually it is safe to say “no” here.