OpenSSH server installed on Windows 2003 Ent. Server, problems

Posted on 2005-03-02
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Last Modified: 2009-07-29
Does anyone have any experience in successfully installing, configuring, and using OpenSSH ftp server on Windows 2003 Ent. Server?

I have it installed, however, When I try to make a group (mkgroup -d >> ..\etc\group), I get this:
Cannot get PDC, code = 2453

Plus, how do I know if it's running or not?  There doesn't seem to be a service for it.

Any ideas?


Question by:compinfo
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michaelmul earned 2000 total points
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If your 2003 server is not part of a domain the -d switch will not work.  Use -L instead.

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