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How to reset your SSH password and add SSH keys in SiteWorx

How to reset your SSH password and add SSH keys in SiteWorx

Overview

If you are a Nexcess client, you may use your SiteWorx account to reset your SSH password. You may also add SSH keys, though these keys must created using the procedure outlined in How to create SSH keys in macOS and Linux and How to create SSH Keys in Windows with Putty.  

For more information about SSH keys and how their use can simplify control access for multiple users, see What are the advantages of using SSH keys to control access for multiple users? 

Resetting SSH passwords 

  1. Log in to your SiteWorx account.

    • If you do not know your password, click Forgot your password on the login page.
    • If you do not know the web address for your SiteWorx login page, either refer to your Welcome Email or contact our 24-hour Support Team for assistance.

  2. From the SiteWorx main menu, click Hosting Features > SSH Account.
  3. In the SSH Account Information section, click Reset password.

  4. After a moment, SiteWorx will provide the new password.

Adding SSH Keys

  1. Log in to your SiteWorx account.

    • If you do not know your password, click Forgot your password on the login page.

    • If you do not know the web address for your SiteWorx login page, either refer to your Welcome Email or contact our 24-hour Support Team for assistance.

  2. From the SiteWorx main menu, click Hosting Features > SSH Account.

Attention: For Step 3, you must have already created the SSH key pair using the method provided in How to create SSH keys in macOS and Linux. You will use the public key for Step 3.

  1. In the SSH Keys section, paste your public SSH key into the Key field and, if desired, fill the Date expire field. Click Add Key .

  2. If your key is valid, SiteWorx will confirm success.

 

For 24-hour assistance any day of the year, contact our Support Team by email or through the Client Portal. 

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