Set SSH User Expiry

This feature lets you manage the duration for which an ssh gateway user will have access to the gateway after which it expires. The duration of the ssh access to the gateway can be set to expire in minutes,hours, day or on a date as show below. This is useful while granting temporary access to a user. As shown below, you can set the user expiry date and time.

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