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- Robb Topolski
May 6, 2004, 4:59 pm
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the same problem I was having.
In 0.53b, this command worked ...
"C:\Program Files\PuTTY\plink.exe" -load session machine.domain.tld -l
username -pw password -batch -T
plink.exe would connect to machine.domain.tld, authenticate with my
username and password, and load the tunnels I wanted as specified in
After upgrading to 0.54, this exact command would fail at a password
prompt for user "". After much experimentation, I found that removing
machine.domain.tld from the line restored the desired pre-upgrade
behavior. I also found (using -v) that removing the -batch parameter
would allow me to input a password (as expected) and see that plink
was attempting to execute a command by the name of
"machine.domain.tld" on the destination machine (not expected).
Seemingly, in 0.54, you can have -load session or a machinename/IP but
Hopefully this helps someone.
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