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- Ivan Shmakov
January 3, 2016, 11:33 am
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authentication when connecting to a remote SSH server for quite
some time . Now, my setup is that the remote can only be
reached via an HTTP (CONNECT) proxy, and /that proxy/ in turn
requires GSSAPI authentication, which PuTTY seems to lack .
I wonder if there’s a chance that the support for the latter is
implemented anytime soon? (Alternatively, that same proxy
supports the proprietary NTLM protocol, but I presume
implementing it would require considerably more work .)
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