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- Laurent Gosselin
November 25, 2003, 10:44 am
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(http://lexa.mckenna.edu/sshwindows /). It work fine only for some
groups of users and I can't figure out why.
Event viewer reports 2 entries for users that can't log in: one with
"Failed keyboard-interactive for " user and another "Failed password"
If I add a certain groups to the user, it can log in. I guess it's a
permission problem but I don't see where. Could someone tell me what
are the necessary permissions to be able to log in with ssh? I
thought that read & execute access on /bin, /usr, /etc, /var and /tmp
were enough (+ RW on home directory).
By the way, I need to restrict an account (webmaster) to an SFTP
access only. Replacing the shell ‘/bin/switch' with
‘/usr/sbin/sftp-server' do the trick but I don't think it's very
elegant way. Is there another method?
I also need to restrict the webmaster account to the webroot only. I
can use something like /cygdrive/c/InetPub/wwwroot as home directory
but how can I avoid browsing my entire system?
Any comments are welcome.
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