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Old 11-21-2017, 10:19 AM   #1
cyrker
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Transfer files with SFTP and PAGEANT : winscp.com ? pscp.exe ? other ?


Hello,

I would like to transfer files between servers.
Some are Linux Redhat and other are Windows WK8R2.
I need to :
# use SFTP
# use SSH key (ppk)
# only through a simple script like a batch (cmd)
--

I try many commands :

winscp.exe /ini=nul sftp://root@hostname /privatekey=path\file.ppk /script=path2\command_script.cmd /log=path3\log_file.log

winscp.exe /ini=nul /script=path2\command_script.cmd

...considering that the "command_script.cmd" include the path for the SSH Key (ppk), starting by a "open" Again, the script ask me to provide the user Root password. It seems that it doesn't recognize the PAGENT process

pscp.exe -sftp -agent root@hostname:/srv/*.txt M:\SERVER\

Here, the PAGEANT is running and the SSH Key (ppk) is declared with the good passphrase, too.

In any case, the error message is "Server refused our key".
I also try to putty with GUI, with the same SSH key (ppk), and it works.

Can you help me ?

Regards,
 
Old 11-21-2017, 12:02 PM   #2
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Transferring FROM Windows TO Linux (or UNIX) via sftp should work with WinSCP installed on the Windows system. If PuTTY works FROM Windows TO Linux then WinSCP should also.

Did you add the key FROM the Windows server to the $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys of the target Linux server's user?
 
Old 11-23-2017, 07:15 AM   #3
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cyrker this first post is fine.

Please do not add posts to other questions, referring to this one.
 
  


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