Managing personal access tokens
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Users can create personal access tokens and use them in place of passwords for Git over HTTPS, or to authenticate when using the Bitbucket Server REST API. As an administrator, you can edit and revoke tokens, and set global token settings.
Editing and revoking tokens
As an administrator, you can’t create tokens for users. However, once a user has created a token, you can edit or revoke it.
To edit or revoke a token:
Go to > Users.
Search for the user and click on them.
Open the Personal access tokens tab.
Click Edit or Revoke.
Clicking Edit will allow you to change a token’s name or its permissions. If it has an expiry date, however, you will not be able to modify it. Once a token’s expiry date has been set, it can’t be changed.
Require token expiry
By default, when a user is creating a personal access token, they can choose whether they want it to expire. As a system administrator, for added security you can make setting a token expiry a requirement.
To require token expiry:
Go to > Personal access tokens.
Choose Yes for Expiry required.
Enter the Max days until expiry.
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