If you are an IT administrator and you're having trouble getting your Git SSH agent to work properly, there are a few steps you can take to try to troubleshoot the problem.
First, make sure that the SSH agent is running on the machine. To do this, open a command prompt and type \ssh-agent -l\ or \ssh-add -l\. If the agent is running, you should see a list of fingerprints, the public keys associated with the SSH agent.
Next, make sure that the SSH agent is configured correctly. You can do this by editing the ssh_config file in the /etc/ssh/ directory. Make sure that the \Host\ and \IdentityFile\ directives are pointing to the correct key and hostname.
Finally, you should check the permissions on the SSH keys and make sure that the permissions are set correctly. The SSH keys must be readable by the user who is running the SSH agent.
If none of these steps solve your problem, you may need to reinstall the SSH agent. To do this, you can use your operating system's package manager to uninstall the SSH agent and then reinstall it.
Once you've reinstalled the SSH agent, you should be able to connect to your remote Git repository. If you still can't connect, it's possible that there's a problem with the network connection or that the remote Git server isn't configured correctly.
If you're still having trouble getting your Git SSH agent to work, you should contact your IT department or system administrator for help. They should be able to help you troubleshoot the problem and get your SSH keys working properly.