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> I would strongly discourage this, as it goes against the purpose of > using SSH in the first place. Did you notice the "optionally" in my suggestion? I was thinking about something like having to tick a non-persistent checkbox on a command dialog (aka an option on the commandline) to suppress (i.e. auto-confirm) the message. This way it would still have to be a fully conscious action. > I think (but then I am bound to say that > :-) that the TortoisePlink approach is a lot better in that respect... I haven't used Tortoise for quite some time, and don't feel the need to do so any time soon (no offence meant - I was very impressed when I tried it but I'm simply content with WinCvs at the moment). Thus, what IS the TortoisePlink approach? Cheers, Oliver ----------------------- JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)