1st: Please add a radio button, "ask for password" (Configuration)
If you leave the password field blank, you will get the config dialog when connecting, and the cursor is already in the password field! Then you can just enter the password and it will not be saved.
Yes, I tried this, but then occurs two windows! As 1st the config dialog prompts,
and after return the 2nd with the password query. The 2nd is OK, but not the 1st.
When I never store a password, then I didn't store it when I want to connect.
So, when the config dialog occurs, it is not clear, that the password will not be stored.
This is mistakable.
2nd: Please add a line with the homedir / target directory (Configuration)
Just set the homedir this way:
OK, I saw this option to late, I'm still in the old sftp plugin.
3rd: The sftpplug.ini file is stored in the main directory of TC, I prefer the plugin directory.
The ini is stored in the directory which you set for wincmd.ini.
Yes and no. Please see details in the german webdav thread.
4th: I miss the pluginst.inf.
This wouldn't work because of the missing ssh and ssl dlls, the plugin would install, but not work. It's therefore better when the user reads the readme file first.
I thought so, but with the pluginst it's not needed to install the plugin over the config menu.
Is it possible to add a popup with readme after the installation of the pluginst?
When I want to connect with username and password, I get an error:"Authentication by password failed!"
This is on a Linux Red Had Server.
This means that the user name or password is invalid. Make sure you get the upper/lowercase right. I have two servers, one with username/password (ghisler.ch) and one with client certificate (ghisler.com), and both methods definitely work. To my knowledge, both use Centos (Redhat "clone")... Can you connect e.g. with Putty?
Yes, I can connect with putty and with the old sftp plugin. After additional tests, it is possible
to connect with older versions of the Avaya Communication Manager (ACM) i.e. until Rel. 2.2,
but with Rel. 3.1 or higher it isn't possible to connect, and I get the password error.
Could you tell me the commands how I can find out the SSL/SSH Version over the shell?
What did you have to know, so I can ask our Avaya Presales to give us details of the changes.
Sorry, I'm not so good with unix and SSL/SSH.
Update: I made some search in the Internet. To get the Version, put "SSH -V" on the bash.
The older ACM use OpenSSH_3.4p1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090602f, which is working with the plugin,
the newer ACM use OpenSSH_3.9p1, OpenSSL 0.9.7a Feb 19 2003, this is where I get the password error.
Hope it helps!