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Re: 1.7.0-51: Problem using ssh public/private key authentication
- From: XYM <xymotion at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2009 06:15:41 -0800 (PST)
- Subject: Re: 1.7.0-51: Problem using ssh public/private key authentication
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I've tried like described. Works.
But I think that it should be possible to run the service as local system,
maybe someone has a solution for this.
THW Mark wrote:
> XYM wrote:
>> I've done some tests. Normally my passwordauthentification is set to no
>> cause I only want to allow access with key. Now I've set to yes. Login
>> with user/pass works here, too. With key no chance.
> i think i found a solution/workaround!
> - I had a useraccount 'user' with password in windows that is the same
> user that logs in over ssh
> - i stopped the windows service
> - in cygwin, i deleted the folder /var/empty
> - then, i recreated the folder /var/empty (default access rights)
> - in the services panel, open properties for the ssh service
> - change the account in the second tab to "user" with the password
> - start the service
> the service now starts, can use the /var/empty folder with the right
> permissions and allows ssh connection! i'm a happy man, time for turkey!
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