Delete previously added authorized keys and add new ones

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I have a few authorized keys already set, I wish to delete them and add a fresh authorized_key. How do I do that? Can I get a playbook that works?
Feb 11 in Ansible by Emily

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Hey @Emily, hope this works

- name: Set authorized key, removing all the authorized keys already set
    user: root
    key: '{{ item }}'
    state: present
    exclusive: True
    - public_keys/doe-jane
answered Feb 11 by John

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