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If SSH public key authentication is enabled on the user's Authentication tab, this screen allows an administrator to manage the key(s) pertaining to that user.

Add SSH Key

Clicking the Add SSH Key button will open a new line item.

  • SSH Key Name - Every key should have a unique name that means something to you, such as "John at work" or "Automation system". Type in a name for this key.
  • SSH Key - This is where you paste in the user's Public SSH Key. The user should send this to you, as under most circumstances it is their system that creates the Private/Public Key Pair.

Example Key:

---- BEGIN SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ----
AAAAB3NzaC1kc3MAAACBANWVclud7N+7bxInjla72a8Le6RvkGztweHgqBc5/f016nC/a7
jrIZt5ibP2EtWJgKVagq71VZRF+h64hBqVyYnUCrSDl2M2dozVAfDdZ2t2Cveq7C72YE7X
ItcR6/QRh10qUbrSHmJXowQc5cWz02mxU2oCIONunkP0yLoBfRzlAAAAFQDWmok1JsbRCW
TnKnu1bNKesDCxkwAAAIEAxQ3CH/yss/SlCc08biwdO3gOd17J2Ac1hNBGw5evUt+rHtin
WfzU0GVnOKMbneHmVqpLHXu6UCq4MfdyX/CGolbyEc9YaHWIF4VQ4WG+ouAxlhqSaQGlnC
loKRlXCXSEh5SNNBZ6RBz31vb5uEko1mOR13H4kSAk/8vy3loSHhMAAACASjg6l7goHvqv
Cya6zRA2Uxbo8wAgA0Jh/ofMH69D6Y3Kl9kmtpdOVgwCBMRk3+B2AadFGx1A/lIt5rABYg
X4ncbGAz7C9YkHDrl8OApSHzRKNrp6Fi+QEP5cTfllcEuuqYrbUvmhyf6vtt1TeP6eNiO2
eftxCmJKPmnQqnRS5rY=
---- END SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ----

Remove SSH Key

Selecting a key's check box and clicking the Remove SSH Key button will remove the key from the system. Careful, there is no confirmation before the key is deleted.

 

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