Difference between revisions of "Convert Existing Public And Private Keys to PPK"

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Next launch PuTTYgen from the Windows Programs list.
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== Step by Step ==
  
 
<br>1. Click Conversions from the PuTTY Key Generator menu and select Import key.
 
<br>1. Click Conversions from the PuTTY Key Generator menu and select Import key.
 
<br>2. Navigate to the OpenSSH private key and click Open.
 
<br>2. Navigate to the OpenSSH private key and click Open.
<br>3.Under Actions / Save the generated key, select Save private key.
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<br>3. Under Actions / Save the generated key, select Save private key.
<br>4.Choose an optional passphrase to protect the private key.
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<br>4. Choose an optional passphrase to protect the private key.
<br>5.Save the private key to the desktop as id_rsa.ppk.
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<br>5. Save the private key to the desktop as id_rsa.ppk.

Latest revision as of 10:01, 22 May 2020

Step by Step


1. Click Conversions from the PuTTY Key Generator menu and select Import key.
2. Navigate to the OpenSSH private key and click Open.
3. Under Actions / Save the generated key, select Save private key.
4. Choose an optional passphrase to protect the private key.
5. Save the private key to the desktop as id_rsa.ppk.