sshd: public key working, but can't get passwords working

René Berber r.berber@computer.org
Sun Jul 29 20:31:00 GMT 2007


Daniel Griscom wrote:

> I have openssh version 4.6p1-1 installed under WinXP SP2 with all
> updates. I've successfully used ssh-host-config to set up sshd
> (privilege separation on, local user sshd created, sshd run as service,
> "CYGWIN=ntsec tty"; sshd started with "net start sshd"; all done under
> the administrative account "developer"). I then updated the password and
> group files using "mkpasswd --local > /etc/passwd" and "mkgroup --local
>> /etc/group". Windows Firewall has port 22 open for sshd.
> 
> Problem: I can't ssh in as developer using a password. I've successfully
> copied over a public key into .ssh/authorized_keys2, and I can login
> just fine from my expected machines, but I really need to be able to
> login from unexpected machines (which won't have their public keys in
> authorized_keys2).
> 
> Any suggestions?

Look at the log (Windows' event viewer), what's the error sent when you try to
login?
-- 
René Berber


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