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SSH Tectia

SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows)

On Windows, you can use the SSH Tectia Configuration GUI to edit the authentication and connection profile settings for SSH Tectia ConnectSecure.

The SSH Tectia Configuration tool can be accessed in several ways:

  • Right-click on the SSH Tectia tray icon in the Windows taskbar notification area to access the shortcut menu, and select Configuration.

  • On the Windows Start menu, select Start → Programs → SSH Tectia ConnectSecure → SSH Tectia Configuration.

  • When you have the SSH Tectia terminal GUI active, select Edit → SSH Tectia Configuration in the menu bar.

  • When you have the SSH Tectia terminal GUI active, click the SSH Tectia Configuration tool icon in the toolbar.

SSH Tectia ConnectSecure includes two configuration tools:

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

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

    For instructions on the GUI configurations, see Appendix A.

[Note]Note

If the configuration is generated and controlled by SSH Tectia Manager, the GUI hides those views that contain Manager-configured settings. This protects the Connection Broker configuration from unauthorized local modifications.


 

 
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