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SSH Not Accepting Public Key

I want to put forth my finding for future Googlers--I tried PermitRootLogin yes and context changing but none worked. Also, in CentOS 7 the correct log to look at seems to be tail -f /var/log/secure. ...
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802.1x authenticator for wired clients

I'm currently looking for a linux based NAC authenticator solution for a wired network as well. I just stumbled over a Red Hat guide that seems to offer at least a reasonable foundation for an ...
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Authenticating as object owner to edit remote object permissions

Use runas to start a process in a new auth context: runas /netonly /u:SEAGATE-001\jason cmd In that new window, use icacls to change file permissions: icacls \\Seagate-001\jason\P73 /grant Whoever:(...
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Authenticating as object owner to edit remote object permissions

Just off the cuff, but the hardware that the folder is stored in also is recognized across the LAN as a drive. Have you changed TOP LEVEL permission in this Parent Drive, to add you as a user, and ...
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PuTTY Fatal Error: No supported authentication methods available

I can't say for sure whether this will resolve every incidence, and it certainly isn't the solution for cases where the public key hasn't been entered in the authorised_keys file on the server. I ...
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