April 7, 2011 Leave a Comment
So the other day, I was trying to upload my updated page to my school server by syncing to the server through the Dreamweaver file management window. But I kept getting an error immediately upon trying to connect to the server. I then remembered that the week before, my college updated the server and changed the SSH key. So once I remembered that, I realized that Dreamweaver wasn’t pulling the new key from the server (which you think it would since the program costs a few hundred dollars) for some strange reason. So upon some heavy Googling, I found the location of where Dreamweaver stores the SSH keys. It stores it in the ssh_hosts file in the following directory:
~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Dreamweaver CS4/en_US/Configuration
So if you ever come across this error, simply open that file and delete the row that corresponds to the server you are trying to connect to.