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Steve Ellenoff wrote: > > For quite some time, I've been happily using SSH on a Win XP box > running CVSNT (2.5 approx) and TortoiseCVS, with WinSSHD ( as the SSH > Server ). Everything works peachy with the default settings, but the > other day I decided to select "Require Encryption" in my CVSNT > options, and now the connection is always rejected by CVSNT saying > "This connection requires encryption". > > I've verified the connection is made from TCVS via Putty (SSH Client) > to WinSSHD (SSH Server) successfully, but for some reason, CVSNT > rejects it. :ext: cannot ever be verified as secure, so the server rejects the connection. It could just as easily be rsh. Use :ssh: (which uses its own internal plink dll) which is able to inform the server that a secure protocol is in use. Tony