We edited a VM instance on our Google Cloud Platform to increase the size of the Boot Disk. We had connected keys generated from PuTTYgen to the server without any passphrases. Following the change in the Boot Disk, the PuTTY client reflects that the server is refusing our key, the browser SSH is unable to connect as well. After a while, PuTTY has begun reflecting that we need a passphrase for the key even though we have never set any passphrases at all.
Looking for experts who can help solve this issue or at least help recover MongoDB data present on the server on a highly urgent basis
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I am a Linux admin have 7 years of experience in this field. I worked in webhosting industry and manage datacenter from remote. I give full server management support and I can do this for you . I also have expe Plus
Hi, I am Data Center expert and have vast experience in managing system administration. I have strong experience on VMware virtualization. I can resolve this problem. Please message me.
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HI i can make ssh it need make ssh key not direct im online come and lets fix u connection to cloud google thnaks
Hello sir, i worked in GCP with ssh on instances and more please contact me to resolve your problem Thanks