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Posted:  08 Nov 2008 13:35
Our client wants to setup an SFTP transfer under the standard SSH port 22 utilizing a username with passwordless login. Enabling the passwordless login means the host and client would have to exchange keys. Does your software do this and how?
Posted:  08 Nov 2008 13:36   Last Edited By: sysaxsupport
This is called public key authentication and the server software supports this. You will need to point to the public key in the "Pub Key Auth (SSH)" box under the account settings.

SFTP Server for Windows
Posted:  08 Nov 2008 13:36
And i just send the other person the pem file?
Posted:  08 Nov 2008 13:40   Last Edited By: sysaxsupport
For public key authentication, the connecting client has to generate the key pair and send the public key to the server administrator who will then install it in the server for the user's account

File Transfer Server for windows
Posted:  23 Jun 2009 19:21
What format should the pub keys be in, OpenSSH or SSH2?

Does the software support multiple pub keys on a single account, or is it one key per account? Is an "authorized_keys" file required, of does the server keep track of keys itself?
Posted:  24 Jun 2009 21:58   Last Edited By: sysaxsupport
The public keys need to be in openssh format.

You will only be able to load only one private key at a time when using the script to connect to a sftp server. Is there a reason you need to use more than one private key to connect to a server?

File Transfer Protocol Software

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