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RE: Unable to use iisreset through ssh

Using password allowed it to work... Why is that? I'd really like to get it to work with the certificate method.


 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Larry Hall [] 
Sent:	Thursday, July 17, 2003 11:51 AM
To:	Crispin Bivans
Subject:	Re: Unable to use iisreset through ssh

Crispin Bivans wrote:

> I have a weird problem where if I try to use iisreset through a ssh session to my cygwin box then it gives an error saying that only Local Admin's can use this command. But I am a local admin, and if I use iisreset directly on the PC through bash session it works fine. When I run 'id' command it also says I'm part of the Administrators group. And my entry in /etc/passwd looks right. My CYGWIN variable does include 'ntsec' as part of the settings.
> What can I do to fix this?

What authentication method are you using for ssh?  If you're not using
password authentication, try that.

Larry Hall                    
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