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Pushing 12c agent to remote host

Posted on 2015-02-09
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Hi,

 I am trying to install agent 12c to a server.    Please find two images with the error.

Initialization Phase Name
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Remote Validations      Failed      SSH connection check failed      Connection to the SSH daemon (sshd) on the target host failed with the following error : "Algorithm negotiation fail"      Ensure that SSH daemon (sshd) on the target host is able to respond to login requests.
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It is a windows host.
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I installed the agent by not pushing it from the  console, i installed it directly in the host.
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