Setting SSH (Secure Shell) Public Key

1. Click User and Groups > Setting Icon > Edit

2. Click SSH-Keys (Top Right)

3. Click + Icon to add new SSH-Keys

4. Copy and paste your public key into the Key field and click Save SSH Key. All virtual servers created after this will automatically contain your public keys. For virtual servers created before, please see step 5

5. For virtual servers created before you uploaded your public key, click Tools > Set SSH keys. This will automatically install your uploaded public keys onto your virtual server

6. Click Set SSH-Keys to install your public keys into the virtual server

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