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October 26, 2005, 12:48 am
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I am looking at installing SSH on a file server to provide SFTP and
shell access to the server.
I have noticed that several of the SFTP clients on the market, esp.
those incorporated into other programs (ie: Macromedia Dreamweaver,
Contribute, etc), do not provide to option of authenticating via Public Key.
Ideally, what I would like to do is only provide shell access to users
who authenticate via Public Key. Password authentication only would
provide access to SFTP.
Is something like that possible with OpenSSH? I've read through
documentation, but can't seem to find anything that covers that kind of
Re: Mixing Public Key and Password authentication
Not without some modification; OpenSSH doesn't provide that level of
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