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The option may contain more than one location, separated by spaces. %% is replaced by literal %, %h by the home directory of the user being authenticated, and %u by the login name of the user. For example, option can be used to specify a program that is used to fetch authorized keys for a user. The program gets as argument the user name for which to look for keys. A common use of this option is to fetch authorized keys from an directory. When selecting a solution for managing SSH keys, it is important to ensure it understands SSH configuration files and can parse the locations where keys are stored, and is able to deal with custom builds used in the organization, if any. Indicates that the key should be trusted as a certificate authority to validate proprietary Open SSH certificates for authenticating as that user. We strongly recommend against using this option, as using Open SSH certificates for user authentication makes it impossible to audit who has access to the server by inspecting server configuration files, and no trustworthy Open SSH certificate authority exists. Forces a command to be executed when this key is used for authentication. This is also called command restriction or forced command. The effect is to limit the privileges given to the key, and specifying this options is often important for implementing the principle of least privilege. Without this option, the key grants unlimited access as that user, including obtaining shell access. It is a common error when configuring file transfers to accidentally omit this option and permit shell access. Specifies an environment variable and its value to be added to the environment before executing shell or command. Specifies a source restriction or from-stanza, restricting the set of address/masklen notation. Only hosts whose IP address or DNS name matches one of the patterns are allowed to use the key. More than one pattern may be specified by separating them by commas. An exclamation mark can be used in front of a pattern to negate it. Prevents port forwarding for connections using this key. This can be important for, e.g., keys intended to be used only with ) is not recommended, as it makes impossible to audit (by inspecting the server) how many different keys grant access as that user, and Open SSH certificate authorities are not generally very secure. Specifies a tunnel device number to be used if the client requests IP packet tunneling after logging in using a key with this option.