Clicking connect will open a new SSH session tab and login you right in with the SSH profile details provided. This is a premium Feature.
If you have not setup your SSH Profiles in the ssh config db you will need to do this first. See this link.
Alternatively if you have an OpenSSH client config file in
~/.ssh/config for your OS it will also populate connections from there if Premium.
For Windows this path would be the below which may need its parent directory
%USERPROFILE%\.ssh created from
Sometimes it may be located at similiar path but without the dot before the ssh part.
Which would be like this for my user aka “mike”
An example configuration is below for reference.
Host * IdentitiesOnly=yes TCPKeepAlive yes ServerAliveInterval 60 ServerAliveCountMax 6 # Could put your main key as default IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa Host somehost Hostname somehostname user root Port 22 Host someotherhost Hostname 192.168.1.102 # or specific key for the IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_ed25519 user root Port 22