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SSH Tectia

Chapter 5 Configuring SSH Tectia Client GUI (Windows)

You can configure the SSH Tectia Client user interface by clicking the User Interface Settings button on the toolbar, or by selecting the Edit → User Interface Settings option.

The different settings categories are visible on the left-hand side of the Settings dialog as a tree structure.

Click on a branch to display the settings associated with it. You can change the settings by changing the selections displayed on the right-hand side of the Settings dialog. Note that some of the settings do not take effect until you save the settings and then open a new terminal or file transfer window, or start a new connection.

[Note]Note

SSH Tectia Client includes two configuration tools:

  • SSH Tectia Configuration tool (behind the icon) is used to edit the connection settings

  • User Interface Settings tool (behind the icon) is used to edit the SSH Tectia Client GUI.

For instructions on the connection configurations, see SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows).


 

 
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