Editing SSH credentials

About this task

Edit SSH credentials. Rename the credential or login user, change the SSH login (password or private key), change passwords that have already been set, change privilege escalation options, and enter or edit comments about the credential.


  1. Click SSH Credentials.

  2. Click the edit icon for the credential you want to edit.

  3. Make any necessary changes in the Edit Credential dialog.

    SSH credentials already set can be changed in the Edit Credential dialog

  4. Click Save.

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