Upon installation, Syncplify.me Server! auto-generates a 1024 bit SSH Server Key, and that is enough for most users and most scenarios.
But some of our users may have higher needs in terms of bit-length (2048 or even 4096) or may need to use a specific SSH Server Key provided by a third party. This article covers such scenarios.
If you only need a higher bit-length, the easiest way is to generate a new SSH Server Key from within the Configuration Manager. In order to do so, simply click the “gear” button next to the SSH Server Key field, as shown in the picture below: Continue reading