Once GitHub Enterprise is up and running, you can configure the appliance to suit your organization's needs.
Use the Management Console to set up and configure your GitHub Enterprise instance, schedule maintenance windows, troubleshoot issues, and manage your license.
SSH access allows you to run the GitHub Enterprise command line utilities and is useful for troubleshooting, running backups, and configuring replication.
Some standard maintenance procedures, such as upgrading your GitHub Enterprise instance or restoring backups, require that the GitHub Enterprise instance be taken offline for normal use.
In private mode, GitHub Enterprise requires every user to sign in to access the installation.
You can set the default visibility for all new repositories created via the web interface on your GitHub Enterprise appliance to be private or public.
You can enable or disable GitHub Pages on your instance. You can also choose to make GitHub Pages sites publicly accessible.
If you run into SSL issues with your appliance, you can take actions to resolve them.
GitHub Enterprise automatically synchronizes its clock by connecting to NTP servers. You can set the NTP servers that are used to synchronize the clock, or you can use the default NTP servers.