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Re: Automate script without check on fingerprint

Show us your complete script with the -hostkey switch.

Hello Martin,

Thanks for your support.

is there any way to ignore the fingerprint check ????

And where's the -hostkey switch?

It should be like: /command "option transfer ascii" "open sftp://USER@ -hostkey=*" ...

(Note that the "option batch abort" "option confirm off" are not needed anymore in the recent versions of WinSCP).

Though, when connecting to a cluster of servers, you should simply list all their fingerprints, instead of blindly accepting any.

"open sftp://USER@ -hostkey=""ssh-dss 1024 key1;ssh-dss 1024 key2;ssh-dss 1024 key3"""

Hello Martin,

sorry for being late. please find below the script

cd C:\
cd program files (x86)
cd WinSCP /command "option batch abort" "option confirm off" "option transfer ascii" "open sftp://USER@" "get -delete /PATH/*.lst D:\PATH\" "exit" /privatekey=D:\keyfile.ppk

this script connect to cluster servers, so may be fingerprint changes every while, so i need this script to ignore the fingerprint check.

Re: Automate script without check on fingerprint

Show us your code and session log file.

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Automate script without check on fingerprint

i need to make an automatic script to connect to servers and don't check on a fingerprint key.

script created on windows.

and i try to use "/hostkey="*" & -hostkey="*" and it doesn't work.

Any help ??