ssh gives nt authority/system windows who

Lucio Cosmo
Wed May 23 17:04:00 GMT 2007

Il giorno 16/mag/07, alle ore 16:15, Larry Hall (Cygwin) ha scritto:

>> Thanks, with password authentication it works. But I need to  
>> automate.
>> My only chance is to use .rhosts with ssh -1 ?
> Actually I doubt that would cut it either.  I would say that you  
> either
> need to remove the password from the user in question and tell sshd to
> accept empty passwords or run the sshd service as the user you need to
> be to make this work.  The first option is less secure and the second
> limits you to only using ssh as the user you're running the service as
> (you can run more than one sshd service though if you need to support
> more general access too).
>> Then, what is the subauth functionality and where I can find doc  
>> about ?
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I read just a bit of these, I'm looking around for a real explanation  
of what subauth is.

In some mails, I found something like "create token" or "token  
setting" method.
I can't really undarstand what it is.... can it help me as an  
alternate way ?
Sorry if this is a stupid question.

Thanks for patience.

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