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How to set up SSH keys for Plesk server?

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    Tyler Lazenby

    How would one do this without access to the server via SSH? For example if the server is configured to not have password protection on SSH?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Tyler,

    There are several options:

    1) To may contact a service provider who provides the server to do it on their side.

    2) You may have console access to the server.

    3) Most common case, which does not suit you: SSH access using password works. 

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