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- Jacob Nevins
November 30, 2005, 2:25 pm
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(I assume you posted to comp.terminals because of this section of the
PuTTY web site:
Could that have been written in such a way as to make it clearer which
forum is appropriate for which questions?)
Windows PuTTYgen has very little command-line functionality. About the
only thing you can do is specify a key filename on the command line, for
it to load in initially.
The reasons for this are outlined at
- » Expired password, openssh not invoking password change.
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