SSH Server Config Question

I've 3 (.pub) files that I need to install/import in/to F-Secure SSH Server (5.3 Build 15 - windows 2000). I think the pub keys need to be added to a file called authorization, if that’s correct where should that file be located? I need some help with installing these files. Any help is greatly appreciated ...

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Unfortunately, I am unfamiliar with F-Secure SSH server as far as where the public keys are.
On an ssh server, unix/linux, the authorized_keys are stored in a .ssh directory within the home directory of the user.
see if it is the same with your setup:


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ExcUsr2008Author Commented:
thanks for your response. I figured that the pub keys need to be placed in the home directory of user using "%U" in the directory path. This needs to be configured in the config file where the installation files are located. Also the authorization file name could be anything as long as it is correctly configured in the configuration file. I'm giving you points as your input pointed me in a right direction. thanks much...!
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