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how to login to multiple system after giving password once ?

Posted on 2008-10-27
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I need to add my public key to authorized_keys in 1000 machines, and going individual to each machine is very tedious.
Is there a way or any tools which help me to type my password once and let me login automatically.

like: for i in $(cat machinelist); do autopassword ssh $i "top"; done

where autopassword is tool which will supply "yes" to host authentication and password to "n-1" host after typing my password only once(first host) ?
Can I have some tool/tick to achieve this environment ?
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by:Saranyakkali
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we use power broker tool, which is very nice and user frendly..

please verify bellow:
http://www.power-broker.com/
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by:peter991
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Expect is a good tool to.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expect
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Setting up Kerberos domain or LDAP directory will be of help when you get more machines.
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