On Windows 10+, importing discoverable (aka resident) SSH keys from FIDO2 devices and connecting using one requires the administrator privileges.
To start the app as administrator, follow these steps:
- Close Termius, if it's currently open.
- Right-click the Termius shortcut and choose 'Run as administrator'.
Note: Starting from Windows 10 1909 (18363 build number), Windows requires admin permissions or using Windows Hello for connecting to FIDO2 devices.
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I followed these steps on Windows 11, but I get this error when I try to Import a FIDO2 key