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Old 06-15-2015, 07:25 AM
bgagnon bgagnon is offline
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Hello DratRat847,

I am sorry to hear of the difficulties you have experienced.

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I have a CentOS (OpenSSH) virutal server from GoDaddy. Latest version of SecureCRT.
By I have a CentOS virtual server, do you mean that is the remote server you are trying to connect and authenticate to?

Or is SecureCRT installed on this virtual server?

Putty's keys won't work, but the ones created via ssh-keygen or in SecureCRT should be fine although I don't understand the procedure you say you followed:

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Uploaded them to ~/.ssh or copied from there. Made sure they match to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys.
If the CentOS virtual server is the remote server, assuming OpenSSH is running on that server, the public-key file will need appended to the authorized_keys file. See the SecureCRT Help topic Secure Connections / Public-Key Authentication for SSH2 / Configure OpenSSH to Recognize Your Public-Key File.

If the CentOS virtual server is instead where SecureCRT is installed and running, then that is when the keypair you created needs to be located in ~/.ssh and the remote server will *still* need to be configured with the public-key file (per above reference).
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