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

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dirk.townsend
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Hi,

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. Rolling Eyes

Warmest Regards,

- Dirk Townsend
martin
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Please read documentation:
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/rawsettings

If that does not help, come back.
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dirk.townsend
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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.
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