The PuTTY Configuration window is displayed, showing the Session panel.
In the Host Name (or IP address) field, enter the public IP address of the VM.
In the Category tree, expand Connection if necessary and then click Data.
In the Auto-login username field, enter opc.
Confirm that the When username is not specified option is set to Prompt.
In the Category tree, expand Connection > SSH, and then click Auth.
Under Private key file for authentication, click Browse.
Navigate to and select your private key file. Then click Open.
The .ppk file extension indicates that the private key is in PuTTY's proprietary format. You must use a key of this format when using PuTTY. If you have to use a key saved in a different format, see the PuTTY documentation.
Click Open to open the connection to the VM.
If the private key was defined with a passphrase, enter this value when prompted.
When the VM command line appears, you can use any resource accessible from the VM. For example, you can run the WebLogic Scripting Tool on the Administration Server VM.