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If I want to edit my already-deployed environment on multiple machines. What should I do if I don't want to ssh the origin environment-setting machine?

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What are you trying to change? Could you provide an example of what you have now and what you intend to achieve? – Marco Ceppi Mar 18 '13 at 3:20
Suppose today we got an already-deployed environment(on AWS) in the company. What should I do if I want to deploy services in home without connecting to the machine in company? – john_yang Mar 19 '13 at 7:46

I think you either have to (in addition to copy the information in the environment file), either use the same SSH key at home, or add multiple administrators keys, see juju and keys for multiple administrators (that probably only works for new deployments).

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