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New Public Key Authentication

This new feature allows you to better manage how RemotelyAnywhere uses Pubic Key Authentication so that client connections to the host computer using the SSH protocol can be initiated and authenticated using key pairs you choose.

Improved management You can generate Public Key pairs using RemotelyAnywhere or an external application.
Password-free, and secure With this feature enable, you can choose to authenticate to the host computer without a password using the SSH protocol.
Uses the OpenSSH format RemotelyAnywhere uses the OpenSSH key format for both the public and private parts of key pairs.

  New Public Key Authentication
  Improved management  
Yes
  Password-free, and secure  
Yes
 
  Uses the OpenSSH format
Yes

*The Network Console is a client application designed to be used together with RemotelyAnywhere and/or LogMeIn Pro for centralized access to all the systems you manage both on and off the LAN through a single interface.
Note: Some features of the Network Console are not available for use with LogMeIn Pro.


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