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Generally, you want to use ~/.ssh/config for this. Simply pair server addresses with the keys you want to use for them as follows: Host github.com IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa.github Host heroku.com IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa.heroku Host * IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa Host * denotes any server, so I use it to set ~/.ssh/id_rsa as the default key to use. ...


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In order to fix this issue. run the below command in power shell and it will install IIS authentications. Install-WindowsFeature Web-Basic-Auth


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Open an elevated command-prompt or PowerShell: dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:IIS-BasicAuthentication Now you will have the Basic Authentication option in the Authentication page in IIS Manager. This works in Server Core and is much quicker than using the GUI. n server manager, in Web Server (IIS)/Security, add Basic Authentication which then ...


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If certain authentication types are missing in the list you can add them through the Add Roles and Features Wizard or by using the Turn windows features on or off under Programs in the Control Panel. In my windows 2012 server (IIS 8) the panel looks like this: You can select the authentication roles you want to add from the list...


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Yes, you can use the same key from each workstation. Your workstation's name is part of the comment attached to the key, and should not prevent you from copying the key to another machine and using it there. When copying the key, people recommend that you do this via a secure mechanism such as a detachable USB drive. Just copying it directly over the ...



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