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I've recently deployed MAAS into our environment, after having tested it out locally in a lab. It's still in the proof of concept stage at the moment, and one of the potential stumbling blocks (for testing) is around SSH keys.

When deployed, the SSH key added to the ubuntu user is that of the user logged in to MAAS. This then prevents any other user with a MAAS account from logging in, as their key isn't present.

Is there any way around this, so that more than one user's SSH key can be added to the default ubuntu user? (I know that long term the solution to this lies elsewhere - multiple users etc, but we don't want to invest too much time down that route if there are going to be other barriers to taking MAAS further.)

MAAS version 2.4.2

Thanks, Joe

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