The Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway administrator can connect to any cluster node over SSH as root to work with the application in Technical Support Mode using the command line. To do so, you must generate SSH keys and upload the SSH public key through the application web interface. After it is uploaded to the server hosting the Control node, this key is relayed and saved on all cluster nodes.
To prevent unauthorized access to the system, the administrator must independently ensure security of the SSH private key by using a token.
You can add one or more SSH public keys.
If an SSH connection could not be established, you can look for a solution on the application page in the Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway Knowledge Base, article 15904.Page top