The provisioning files live in /etc/weaved/services. Since you are replacing a provisioning file that was already installed, look in that folder, save the existing .conf file to a new name and copy the text above, into a file with the old .conf file's name.
Then go to your Device List at the website and delete the existing device. We will rediscover it in a moment.
There will be a shell script in /usr/bin corresponding to your service, e.g. Weavedssh22.sh. Since /usr/bin should already be in your path, you can restart this daemon by, e.g.
Refresh your device list and you should see a green banner indicating that a new device was discovered. Follow the instructions to register this "device" or "connection" as I like to refer to them. If you deleted the previous entry, you can re-use the same name you were using before.
Let us know if this works out for you.