[CentOS] SSH using Keys, no password and SFTP?
slackmoehrle.lists at gmail.com
Sun May 8 19:04:04 UTC 2011
So is it possible to require some users to use Password only and some to use Key only authentication?
On Sunday, May 8, 2011 at 10:58 AM, office at plnet.rs wrote:
> Devin Reade wrote:
> > Devin Reade <gdr at gno.org> wrote:
> > > Jason <slackmoehrle.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > > What I dont understand is how SFTP would work them. I dont see any settings in my FTP clients to use SFTP without providing a password.
> > 'course, I may have jumped the gun on my comments. I'm also assuming a
> > sane sftp client. Certainly the (standard/portable) OpenSSH sftp
> > implementation doesn't need it. If your sftp client doesn't have any
> > way to identify the key store, then it might not be able to handle it.
> > (On UNIX/Mac, it may be implicit on where it finds the keys. I don't
> > know about arbitrary Windows clients)
> > Devin
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> Winscp supports key pair, but you must convert them to Putty format.
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