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July 28, 2003, 6:32 pm
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saved session to log in to a server where my RSA public keys are
stored, everything works fine (i.e., no prompt for password and I get
logged in). However, when I do the same thing with PSFTP, I get
prompted for a password. It sends the correct username, so I know
it's using the PuTTY saved session, but it won't authenticate via RSA
even though the documentation says it will. Is this a known bug or am
I doing something wrong?
Also, I can only get batch commands to run in PSFTP if I use the '-b'
option ("psftp -b batch.scr sessionname") but not with the other batch
options ('-bc', '-batch', etc.) Is this also a known bug?
I've tried the latest snapshot of PSFTP (last week) but it didn't help
either of these problems.
Thanks for any help...
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