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Trying to run transmit with SFTP client, not able to upload or import the .ppk file (private key file)

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I have netered hostname, username, password and I get authentication error when I try to connect, so I know its the security key the private key needs to be imported I cannot find this setting in transmit, is this possible? Is ther another client for SFTP that allows .ppk (private key ) import?
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Try WinSCP, it should support it: http://www.winscp.net/
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That worked better than trasnmit, thank you!
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