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Re: Saving SSH keys and Error 151

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Saving SSH keys and Error 151

Hello I am having an issue with a user saving a SSH key in cache. Every time I connect with this user account it seem to get the prompt to copy the SSH key. I have already verified that it is the same key being presented. I tried to fix this issue by cleaning out any cache in the registry in the registry by using the Cleaning Up Application tool and got and Error that said 151 Error 5 Access Denied. I have no idea what this error could be. My assumption is that it could be a group policy issue but is there any local group policy that could do this?

Thank for your help!!

WinSCP version 4.3.7
Windows server 2012r2
Using the GUI