How do I add ssh authorized keys in ansible playbook?

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How do I add ssh authorized keys in ansible playbook? Can I have an example?
Feb 11 in Ansible by Kailash
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Hey @kailash use the authorized_key plugin that Ansible provides.

Example:

- name: Set authorized key taken from file
  authorized_key:
    user: charlie
    state: present
    key: "{{ lookup('file', '/home/charlie/.ssh/id_rsa.pub') }}"
answered Feb 11 by Kyra

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