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The SSH keys section displays the SSH keys that have already been exchanged between the SecurityCenter, and the LCE server during the setup process that is performed on the SecurityCenter.
However if there is a problem with automatic SSH key exchange that occurs during setup, or if it is preferred to upload the key instead of performing the automatic SSH key exchange, the SSH keys can be uploaded by selecting Add New SSH Key.
In the New SSH KEY window, copy the public key for the SecurityCenter server, and provide a comment if desired. In the example, the username for the public key being uploaded is included in the comments section. When the SSH Key, and Comment fields have been completed, select Create SSH Key.
After the key has been created it will be displayed under SSH Key. If the key needs to be removed, hovering over the key will display an X next to the key. Clicking on the X will open a dialog box asking to confirm the deletion of the key.