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- Avoiding Putty Cache Question
- Joshua Frank
March 28, 2006, 9:03 pm
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I'm trying to use Putty on Windows via automated script to transfer
files to a linux box. This works fine, except that the first time I try
this, I get the question that asks if I want to cache the remote
server's public key. If I run Putty manually and agree to cache the
file, then I can run the script in an automated way and it works fine.
But if the public key hasn't been cached before the script runs, then
the script fails.
So the question is: how can I tell Putty to run a script, and in the
event that it the key hasn't been cached, to do so?
Any help much appreciated. TIA.
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