Converting SSH keys for WinSCP
If you want to use WinSCP as an SFTP client to connect to your DMIT Cloud servers, you may need to convert your SSH key into a format compatible with WinSCP. You can use PuTTYgen to convert your key into the
.ppk format required by WinSCP.
PuTTYgen is included in the WinSCP installation package.
To convert a key into the
.ppk format using PuTTYgen:
Start PuTTYgen, and in the Conversions menu, click Import key.
In the Load private key window, browse to your SSH private key, select it, and then click Open.
Enter the passphrase associated with the private key. Note that the key fingerprint confirms the number of bits is 4096.
In the File menu, click Save private key to save the key in
.ppk file as your key when you use WinSCP.
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