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Are you using a key which has been scrambled with a passphrase? You may need to use an unscrambled key to get rid of the prompt. unscramble it and re save it).

I've been looking to automate some process at work and between myself and others, we've nearly done just that. The very first step of this process requires SFTP access to a remote server to get a particular file, and then at this point deliver it to the start of automation. Ideally we don't even want to do that, we want to start 1 file and have it grab the files and put them in the proper places.

They use a key on their end to authenticate beyond just a password, and as far as I can tell it doesn't have anywhere I can auto supply that key. So far putty is the same way, I am newish to these programs so if it's possible and I'm just not aware, just yell. Also, from Nike Air Max 2015 Green And Orange

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I am using the program WinSCP. However, I wanted to create a batch file to be run at a specific time to accomplish the same thing. If I use this program in conjunction with pageant running, I don't have to enter the key using the program. Using the command line, it works past authenticating, then it says that "shell access has been disabled" and ends. I was just opening the SFTP site. so whatever the program does by default, I am guessing is different from the command line by default, upon connecting.

So we are open to either a SFTP client that will allow us to do this in an automated fashion (we're using winSCP3 at the Air Max 2015 Price In Lebanon moment) or a viable alternative to the entire situation. The problem is I just tried it, and it fails when entering the user name. The key isn't even an Air Max Thea Rose

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The downside of using a key file without a passphrase is that anyone who gets a copy of the key file can connect to the server, so the key file itself must be carefully secured.

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the WCP website:

Why are you trying to start a shell? What client are you using?

Edit: Clarified a bunch of stuff.

It'd probably help to tell us exactly how you are invoking the program from the command line and what you are trying to do with maximum precision.

Then look into the putty apps. They can do what you need.

From the command line, I am invoking the program(changing directory to the program directory and launching the exe). I then use the open command "open address". I then type in my user, and it brings me to the root.

I am unsure how to go about this. If it was just FTP I don't think it'd be a problem, but it's a SFTP server and we pass it a key (a file that has an encrypted key it in ) Anyone ever do anything like this? I see there are components to do this, but I don't want to pay for this if it can be done, I want to do it and learn myself! Any information is appreciated.

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pete_roth wrote:Okay sorry for the ambiguity, the Pageant download did the trick except now when running from the command line, it authenticates and says that the server refused shell access and then it ends. If I do the same thing through the actual client program instead of the command line it works completely without supplying that key or password.

Note that the first connection to an SSH server requires verification of the host key, which cannot be automated by scripting. Therefore, some provision for accepting keys must be made prior to running the script to connect to a new host. Never attempt to make the script verify the host key automatically.

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Can you use more specific words or give more precise examples than "actual client program"?

So we are open to either a SFTP client that will allow us to do this in an automated fashion (we're using winSCP3 at the moment) or a viable alternative to the entire situation. Thanks for the replies.

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connection to a given server. Once you've verified the host key once, it should never ask you again (unless you connect from a different machine).

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option to pass, it fails before that. Using the actual client to do this, I realize that when I enter the user name AND the passkey before submitting and then prompted for the password, and authenticating.

I am using the program WinSCP. However, I wanted to create a batch file to be run at a specific time to accomplish the same thing. If I use this program in conjunction with pageant running, I don't have to enter the key using the program. Using the command line, it works past authenticating, then it says that "shell access has been disabled" and ends. I was just opening the SFTP site. so whatever the program does by default, I am guessing is different from the command line by default, upon connecting.

pete_roth wrote:Sorry again, new to this.

Let me expand, after thinking a bit more, I can't find any fault with the command line via a batch and schedule file. The problem is I just tried it, and it fails when entering the user name. The key isn't even an option to pass, it fails before that. Using the actual client to do this, I realize that when I enter the user name AND the passkey before submitting and then prompted for the password, and authenticating.

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That's a different issue, which is supposed to occur only during the first Nike Thea Green

´╗┐Batching SFTP with Putty etc

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