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Keys Tab

Keys Tab

The Keys tab displays SSH key information for your organization. From this tab you can create, edit, and delete SSH keys. SSH keys are used to initially authenticate users to Linux® servers.

  1. Click My Account.
  2. Click Keys.

The Keys tab presentation includes:

  • Key Name is a user-friendly name.
  • Key Fingerprint is a short sequence of bytes to authenticate or look up the longer public key.

Note: You can click on each column header to sort either in ascending or descending order.

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