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How to configure SSH public key authentication for Windows Server in Active Directory (AD)? If you want to be able to log on to your Windows Servers through Win32 OpenSSH, you can make use of SSH public key authentication through a ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. But if you have tens (hundreds) of servers and/or users, perhaps it’s easier to retrieve SSH public keys from Active Directory (AD). In this article I’ll explain how.Read more.