You can use the same entry fields in this dialog to provide other additional command line parameters for ssh and SCP, for example to use keys from a different identity file. Here is how it looks:
Here we configure ssh
and SCP to use an alternate port and
an alternate identity
command line parameter for the port is different
for ssh and SCP,
but the parameter for the identity file is the same
(-i) for both utilities.
On Windows, the simplest way (or maybe the only way) to use alternative keys is to use putty sessions.
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