To enable an account to have its users manage their own key pairs.
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The Server Login Control feature allows you to use a private SSH Key Pair instead of using your cloud SSH keys for shell access. SSH Key Pairs are unique for each user and are used across all RightScale accounts. By default, RightScale manages a user's public and private keys. But if you would like all users in an account to manage their own key pair for security reasons, it is possible to make this a requirement before a user can SSH into a server. To enable this feature, follow the steps below.
Note: This only applies to Linux servers managed with RightLink.
Once an account has mandated that every user manages their own SSH Key Pair, the user will need to set up their account with their own public and private key. For instructions on how to do this, see Manage Your Own SSH Key Pair.
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