To use GitHub Copilot Business, you need to set up a subscription for your organization account. For more information, see "Managing your GitHub Copilot subscription for your organization."
After setting up a Copilot Business subscription for your organization, you can configure GitHub Copilot settings in your organization. This includes granting and revoking access to individuals and teams, and determining whether to block suggestions that match public code. For more information, see "Managing Copilot Business."
To give people or teams within your organization access to GitHub Copilot, you need to assign them a GitHub Copilot seat. To enable access for all current and future users in your organization, or specific users in your organization, follow the steps in "Managing Copilot Business."
If members of your organization will be using GitHub Copilot on your company's corporate network, you may need to configure network settings so that members can use GitHub Copilot successfully.
- If you use an HTTP proxy server on your network, you can configure GitHub Copilot to connect via this server. To successfully intercept and inspect GitHub Copilot's secure connection, you may need to install custom SSL certificates on your users' machines. For more information, see "Configuring network settings for GitHub Copilot."
- If you use a firewall, you may need to add certain domains to the firewall's allowlist. For more information, see "Troubleshooting firewall settings for GitHub Copilot."