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How do use OpenSSH user keys with SSH Tectia 6.0

asked Dec 27 '10 at 17:57

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SSH Tectia Client software provides an easy way to leverage your existing OpenSSH user key infrastructure. You can simply point the user configuration file (ssh-broker-config.xml) to use the existing user's .ssh folder to pull private/public keys from.

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The %home% variable points to the user's home directory.

This provides a simple and generic approach to user key management within your existing OpenSSH environment.
Solution: You can use the attribute within the ssh-broker-config.xml configuration file to define the location of the OpenSSH user keypairs.


answered Dec 27 '10 at 20:45

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