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Local Server Key
The default server public key pair consists of the following files:
Remote Server Keys
Remote host keys that are recognized for all users on the local system should be placed in the
User-specific remote host keys are saved upon first connection to
Remote Client Keys
If you are using host-based authentication, the system-wide directory for recognized remote host keys saved in format
User-specific known host keys should be located in
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