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Hello,

I'm attempting to configure public key authentication between a pair of Linux vm's to one Windows vm.

Linux1 = First Linux VM Linux2 = Second Linux VM Windows1= Windows VM ( Tectia Server is currently installed on this VM )

My end users have a requirement where they will need to ssh from Linux1 to Windows1 without entering a password. They will also need to ssh from Linux2 to Windows1 without entering a password.

The same user exists on all machines and I've created key pairs on all machines. I've tried a combination of steps to get this to work, but I'm still being prompted for a password. Instead of detailing everything I've done wrong, I was hoping someone could post the correct steps?

I have an open ticket with Tectia support, but my company did not purchase the correct support bundle, so I have to wait to hear back from support before I can proceed and it appears they respond every 24 hours or so.

Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED.

asked Mar 18 '13 at 21:40

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