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Adding / Calling a .ppk file in Jmeter. 

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  1. First you will need to convert .ppk to .pem file using PuttyGen or putty-tools
  2. Second you will need to make a .jks (or .p12) file from .pem file using OpenSSL and keytool
  3. And finally you should be able to use the generated .jks (or .p12) keystore to encrypt JMeter requests either with SSL Manager or via relevant Java System Properties, see How to Set Your JMeter Load Test to Use Client Side Certificates guide for more details.


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