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Article version: Enterprise Server 2.21

Configuring the connection between GitHub Insights and GitHub Enterprise

You can manage how GitHub Insights connects to GitHub Enterprise.

People with admin permissions to GitHub Insights can configure the connection to GitHub Enterprise.

GitHub Insights is available with GitHub One. For more information, see "GitHub's products."

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  1. In GitHub Insights, click Settings.
    Settings tab
  2. Under Settings, click Enterprise.
    Enterprise tab
  3. Under "GitHub API URL", type the URL you use to access GitHub Enterprise.
    GitHub Enterprise API URL field
  4. Under "App ID", type the App ID of your GitHub App, which you recorded when creating the app.
    App ID field
  5. Under "Client ID", type the client ID of your GitHub App, which you recorded when creating the app.
    Client ID field
  6. Under "Client Secret", type the client secret of your GitHub App, which you recorded when creating the app.
    Client secret field
  7. Under "Private Key", type in the private key of your GitHub App, which is contained in the PEM file you downloaded while creating the app.
    Private key field
  8. Under "Webhook Secret", type the webhook secret of your GitHub App, which you recorded when creating the app.
    Webhook secret field
  9. If you did not provide a SSL certificate during installation, select Skip SSL Certificate Check.
    Checkbox to skip SSL certificate check
  10. Click Save.
  11. Under "GitHub Insights License", click "Choose Files", then upload your GitHub Enterprise license file.
    Choose Files button
  12. Click Update License.

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