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Creating a Cloud Server and Acessing with SSH Keys Using Windows Powershell on Hetzner

  Make sure you have Powershell version 5.1 or better  Open Powershell, type: $PSVersionTable.PSVersion Install update if you don't have it:  Make sure you have the SSH service installed Type: ssh If you get an error, install ssh: Create an SSH key (from: ) Type: ssh-keygen -t ed25519 ('ed25519 is the type of key you're generating) This will produce output: Generating public/private ed25519 key pair. Enter file in which to save the key (C:\Users\username/.ssh/id_ed25519): Type enter to accept the default name or type a different filename and type enter You will be asked to type a passphrase. Enter a passphrase if you wish, or just type Enter for no passphrase This will genera

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