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SSH

Defining Security Settings

The security settings can be configured using the Security page of the Settings dialog.

The Security page of the Settings dialog

Figure B.10. The Security page of the Settings dialog


Terminal Connections

The following options are available:

Empty Clipboard on Exit

Select this check box to remove anything that was recently copied using the cut and paste operations from the clipboard.

Empty Scrollback Buffer on Session Close

Select this check box to empty any remains of the terminal output from the scrollback buffer.


 

 
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