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Using RSA's EnVision SFTP client

Discussion created by RSA Admin Employee on Sep 22, 2008
Latest reply on May 5, 2010 by GrzegorzF

 

We have found that the NIC SFTP Agent wants you to run under a Domain Account.  We do not want to use this as our account password expiry is very rigid.  Since this agent is based on PuTTY, we have found it better to do the following.

 

 

Install the SFTP Agent on the machine using any account with administrator rights.

Make your intial connection the EnVision machine using the  psftp -i private.ppk -l nic_sshd -v enVisionIPAddress

   Accept the host key then quit.  This will populate information in the registry about the server.

 

Open the registry and add the registry values to

HKEY_Users/S-1-5-18/Software/SimonTatham/PuTTY/SshHostKeys/dss@22:enVisionIPAddress

 

you can copy the information from your own registry hive as the example

HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/SimonTatham/PuTTY/SshHostKeys/...

 

SimonTatham is the author of PuTTY.

This way the SFTP Agent runs under the local SYSTEM account and doesn't need a Domain ID to run the service

 

I hope this helps

Tim

 

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