Now that I have OpenSSH working correctly on our Windows 2003 server the vendor now wishes for an RSA key for logging on. When I log on as the user and type ssh-keygen -b 1024 -t rsa I get the first prompt asking where I'd like to keep the file. If I simply take what it gives me and hit Enter nothing happens. When I look at the home directory for the user I see that an .ssh directory has been created with the user being the owner and no other permissions.
I've tried making the user a member of the admin group just to test for permissions, create the ssh directory myself thinking the .ssh is an illegal name for a Windows system, and tried a different path without any luck. Has anyone else gotten this to work?