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This version of GitHub Enterprise Server was discontinued on 2023-09-25. No patch releases will be made, even for critical security issues. For better performance, improved security, and new features, upgrade to the latest version of GitHub Enterprise Server. For help with the upgrade, contact GitHub Enterprise support.

Managing repositories in your enterprise

You can manage repositories in your enterprise.

Configuring Git Large File Storage for your enterprise

Git Large File Storage (Git LFS) is an open source extension to Git that allows you to work with large files the same way as other text files.

Migrating to internal repositories

You can migrate to internal repositories to unify the innersource experience for developers using both GitHub Enterprise Server and GitHub Enterprise Cloud.

Disabling Git SSH access on your enterprise

You can prevent people from using Git over SSH for certain or all repositories on your enterprise.

Locking a repository

You can prevent changes to a repository's code and other resources, such as issues and pull requests, by locking the repository.

Restoring a deleted repository

You can restore deleted repositories to recover their contents.

Troubleshooting service hooks

If payloads aren't being delivered, check for these common problems.