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Re: i want to add manually the host key for the winscp

The value in -hostkey switch is NOT compared to the value in WinSCP cache.
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anwar baysary

i want to add manually the host key for the winscp

i want to add manually the host key for the winscp becuase i am linkng a job in sql to the winscp for copying file to sftp server , the problem is that the key saved in all my jobs is 1024:........ while the hostkey in the winsp is 2048:.......has a different hostkey then the one saved in sql jobs , so all my jobs failed during execution because usinmg different host key then the one saved in the cache of the winscp

so my question is how to change the hostkey in the winscp cache from 2048:... to 1024:.... to be the same as the hoskey that is saved in my all sql jobs.

i tried the command line form winscp : winscp> open sftp://..................-hostkey="ssh-rsa 1024 .................."but i'ts failed