Topic "Using WinSCP 2.3.0 - User "root" can connect, but user "xxx" can't?"

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I'm using WinSCP 2.3.0 on WinXP and try to connect to a SuSE Linux 9.0 box. I can connect to my Linux box using user "root", but when I try to use user "xxx" I've got the message "network error: connection refused".
Has anybody any ideas?? What are the differences using "root" or "xxx"? Are there any additional config files (/etc/ssh/sshd_config and /etc/ssh/ssh_config)?

Regards, Uwe
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Can you try to connect with Putty? Please, let me know.
Martin Prikryl

You could also try the latest version, 3.4.2! Very Happy
2.3.0 is pretty old...

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