I'm using Pageant 0.70 to load keys on Windows 10 via a PowerShell script:
$pageant-path = "c:\full-path-to-pageant.exe" $keypath1 = c:\full-path-to-key1 $keypath2 = c:\full-path-to-key2 $keypath3 = c:\full-path-to-key3
# sourcing from profile . profile-file.ps1 # load keys - doing this because keys are in different locations and paths are too long to have in one spot & $pageantpath -a "$keypath1" & $pageantpath -a "$keypath2" & $pageantpath -a "$keypath3"
When the Pageant commands in
init.ps1 run, for each one I get the error popup
couldn't open this key (unable to open file")
But when I check Pageant after clearing the popups, the keys are all successfully loaded in Pageant and I can use them.
- Wrapping key in quotes
- Using the
-cflag on Pageant to run a command
- Running from command line
- Using/not using
-aPageant command line switch
So far, all of these are having the same result - I get error popups but the keys load. Any other approaches I can use to prevent these error popups?