Accessing Unix Server through Putty using Private Key

Type hostname or ipaddress

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Then in the left side part of putty, click on SSH and expand.

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Then you can see a section auth

Click on auth

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There you will get a window with browse button.

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Load your private key file (.ppk) and press open.

Then enter username and passphrase-key (if given) and login

This is the method we usually use to login to unix  cloud instances .

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I am an Electrical Engineer by qualification, now I am working as a Software Engineer. I am very much interested in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and now in Software fields. I like exploring things in these fields. I like travelling, long drives and very much addicted to music.

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