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- Alvin Liau
May 6, 2004, 11:56 am
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Re: Forcing User to use Keys
Per user? I don't know of a way.
You could destroy the real password for that user so that it's not
possible for a password to succeed, or you could run separate ssh
servers, one with "PasswordAuthentication=no". Then have PermitUser and
DenyUser on the two servers?
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