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> -----Original Message----- > From: Arthur Barrett [mailto:arthur.barrett at march-hare.com] > > one of the many reasons why we include the :ssh: client > in CVSNT is so we don't need to debug 1000's of ssh clients > (and users don't need to install two pieces of software when > one should do). That makes sense. In that case, should CVSNT just use the internal ":ssh:" by default? While I have a workaround for now, I'm curious whether I can get the external SSH client to work. Is there any documentation for how the ":ext:" option expects the external client to behave? > > However, there is a confusing > > message displayed first. > > > > It only appears until you select 'yes' by typing 'y'. I suspected that. Still, I expect it would be confusing for any new users, especially if they aren't familiar with SSH clients. Is there a way to file a suggested enhancement to improve this message? -- Matt Seitz Manager, File System Virtualization Cisco Systems, Inc. .:|:.:|:.