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November 13, 2005, 11:41 am
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Using OpenSSH for windows how do I make it write logfiles to a specific
location? The default appears to write to a NIX style syslog, which is
then partially readable using Windows event viewer. I'd like a file,
prefereably including a list of forwarded desinations by user.
Secondly once a tunnel is opened with Putty you end up with what behaves
in many respects like a Command window. You can do all sorts of DOS type
things such as change directory, list directory and more. Can I (in
Windows, please remember) stop users wandering around my hard disk and
creating possible mayhem. I have NTFS formatted disks.
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