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Does anyone know about some ssh component?
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wqclatre,

I have no expirience in SSH, but here's what
I dig up, maybe something will be usefull to you:

Take a look at these ActiveX components:

* http://www.weonlydo.com/


Open source (under GNU GPL):

* http://www.i-tree.org/ixplorer.htm


You might also find this interesting:

* http://www.dev-soft.com/ipsdlp.htm


You could also try putty (a free SSH client), maybe
redirecting its default input/output to your app.
Clumsy, I know, but if everything else fails...

* http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
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IXplorer is just a fontend to putty's pscp

I don't likte to use a client.

the dev-soft link does not work for me... but the ActiveX component migt be intresting
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