SSH Woes, Can't Clone

When I try to clone…I get the Permission Denied error. HTTPS works just fine.

PS C:\Repos\> git clone
Cloning into 'emptysandbox'... Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.

My environment is Windows 10, running OpenSSH.

I have my .ssh/config and .ssh/authorized_keys set correctly.

When I run ssh - T I get…

PS C:\Repos> ssh -T SCM-ORG
Welcome to GitLab, @myusername!

Since “ssh -T” works, shouldn’t the clone operation also work unless Gitlab is blocking SSH clone?

Embarrassed to say, but I missed the instructions from GitLab and SSH keys | GitLab

Especially this one… git clone git@<>:gitlab-org/gitlab.git

For anyone else using .ssh/config re-read the help file here…