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Re: Win2003 problems exchanging keys, but not with password cygwin/openssh

On Mon, Jul 14, 2003 at 07:43:07AM -0500, Todd Bowden wrote:
> To all,
> I have a win2003 enterprise server running cygwin 1.5.0/openssh (current
> version).  I generated keys for my systems and put them in my
> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file.  I have 2 systems WinXP and Win2003
> Enterprise server, both running same version of cygwin and openssh.
> Locally on the win2003 server I can ssh localhost and it asks me for a
> password and I can login, as well as any other user that is created with
> a password.  What I cannot do is login with my SSH keys.  If I try to
> authenticate with SSH KEY it kicks me out only after saying it excepted
> my KEY.  When I executed ssh -vvv localhost (using KEY) I can see where
> it excepted my KEY but in the event viewer it gives me some error
> message about SETUID permission denied.  Forgive me if I don't have the
> exact verbage, but if someone needs I can probably get it.  I set in my
> environment variables "CYGWIN=ntsec tty", but still no luck in getting
> the keys to work.  Any ideas?  The permissions look good and Im assuming
> maybe has something to do with win2003 server and its new security
> features.  Is there maybe something I have to enable in order for the
> KEYS to work?


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