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Re: Can the .NET assembly be used to make a GSSAPI Connectio

Sorry, I see it now. The SessionOptions class has an AddRawSettings method and one of the raw settings that can be added is AuthGSSAPI.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

Can the .NET assembly be used to make a GSSAPI Connection?


In the GUI I can check the 'Attempt GSSAPI authentication (SSH-2)' option and make a connection using Windows Integrated Authentication (GSSAPI). On the command-line I can do the same by storing a session to the registry (or INI file). This uses the 'AuthGSSAPI' setting.

Is this also possible via the .NET assembly?

e.g. Can I connect via session information stored in the INI or registry? Or, can I specify a new connection programmatically that uses GSSAPI. I don't see a way to do this via the .NET & COM Library, but I'm not the most experienced with this API so maybe I am missing something. :roll:

Warmest Regards,

- Dirk Townsend