Github repository configuration for organization?

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I'm trying to configure our YT github repos. However when I give it my credentials it only shows my personal repos. I need to use my organizations repos. I am an owner of the organization.

Is there something I'm missing, or is this simply not supported?
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Hello!
You should check "Show repositories for different owner", enter your organization name and you will be able to configure integration for organization's repos.
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Did that, but it only shows the public repos, never private.
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Hello, we have quick fix by now. This fix will be available in Monday in our bug fix release, but if you need it urgent I can give you it.
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Very nice Anna. Thanks.
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Is this still planned for release today?
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Memelet, are you using InCloud or self-hosted YouTrack?
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Self-hosted.
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Memelet,

I believe it fixed in 4.1.1 that will be released on next week.
Major discussion may be found here: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/JT-17349
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I'm running into this problem today, running YouTrack 7.0 build 27676.

There is no "Show repositories for different owner" checkbox in YouTrack anymore unless I'm missing it.  If I put my Organization name in the "Repository Owner" field and click "Connect to VCS Server" it just times out.

How can I integrate with organization-owned, private repositories on Enterprise Github?

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Wade, this seems to be a known issue: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/JT-38110 . Please upgrade YouTrack to the latest released version (after 28958 build).

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