ssh with password allows commands that fail with ssh via key
Blando, Frank (Helion Managed Engineering)
Fri Oct 2 00:14:00 GMT 2015
Thanks you for the pointer. I hope I read this correctly (It is kind of overwhelming), and unfortunately, that does not appear to be it.
1 - Unlike the mentioned description, access to network share works fine either way (Example command that works either way "powershell -command get-childitem \\server\share") - I have enabled CredSSP and I this might be why.
2 - Using passwd -R to register the password did not make the problem go away (In the windows tradition I restarted the service and killed all sessions)
Your English beats my non-existent Russian!
From: Andrey Repin [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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To: Blando, Frank (Helion Managed Engineering) <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: ssh with password allows commands that fail with ssh via key
Greetings, Blando, Frank (Helion Managed Engineering)!
> I suspect this is already answered somewhere, but my googling has not brought up an answer.
> CygWin with OpenSSH 6.6.1p1-3 on Windows 2012 R2. Using the domain
> administrator account as the target on Windows.
> When I ssh into Windows from Linux, if I use a password, "powershell
> -command get-cluster" works. If I use key (store in
> .ssh/authorized_keys), "powershell -command get-cluster" returns
> access denied. Simpler commands do not appear to make a distinction and work equally well with password or keys.
Please read the documentation. It is explicitly explained there in great detail.
With best regards,
Friday, October 2, 2015 02:24:20
Sorry for my terrible english...
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