The User Key Properties dialog box shows you the properties information of the selected user key. It also allows you to change the passphrase of the key and save the public key as a file. You can open the dialog box by opening the User Keys dialog box, selecting a user key, and then clicking Properties.
The General tab shows the type, length, and fingerprint of the user key. You can change the name and passphrase of the key.
Displays the name of the user key. You can change the name when necessary. The name should have just the valid characters for a filename.Change Passphrase
Click this button to change the passphrase of the user key.
The Public Key tab shows the public key part of the user key. You can save the public key as a file with the format you selected.
View public key format as
Select a public key format in the list. Currently supported formats are SSH2-OpenSSH, SSH2-IETF SECSH, and SSH1.Save as a file
Opens the Save As dialog box. You can save the public key in a file and register it to the SSH server later.