So I am using Fedora Server 35. On my Windows 10 PC, I am trying to use WinSCP to connect to my server via SFTP. However, I cannot seem to get it connected; I always get this message:
NOTE: Previously, my server was set up as Ubuntu Server but then I made the switch to Fedora Server, however, it has the same private IP. Maybe that is causing or it is related to this issue? I had no issues using WinSCP to SFTP to my Ubuntu Server.No supported authentication methods available (server sent: publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic)
- I have configured the
sshd_configfile to enable all the GSSAPI options to no prevail.
- I generated a new PuTTY key via WinSCP and uploaded the public key to my server and that did not work.
- I enabled
PasswordAuthenticationand that worked fine.
- I have deleted the existing PPK key and created a new one.
- I have cleared the cache.
- I uninstalled and reinstalled WinSCP.
WinSCP does not authenticate for some reason that is unknown to me. I tried out CyberDuck and that did not work either.
Do I need to have a certain
sshd_configconfiguration on my server or a package installed on my server to accept WinSCP?