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Re: How to re-enable ssh logins
On Thu, 2013-10-24 at 06:41 -0500, Charlie Brune wrote:
> > On Wed, 2013-10-23 at 07:27 -0500, Charter Mail wrote:
> >> Does the user account on the other side exist still , and is it in a
> >> good state ??? (I.e ... Can the even login locally ??)
> >> It might not be a problem so much with SSH itself, but rather the
> >> account on the remote 'pod' host . Many times admins will 'lock' an
> >> account in addition to dis-allowing SSH logins
> >> -rkh-
> > There's nothing wrong with the target account (doc) on the pod. I'm
> > logged onto the local console as doc right now, and can use ssh/scp to
> > connect back to the originating machine (lion).
> > I'm beginning to think Protocase has come up with a very subtle and
> > little known way to lock down ssh. I'd sure like to know what they've
> > done.
> > --Doc
> In your sshd_config, should the last line should be "AllowUsers doc"
> instead of "AllowUser doc"?
> Not sure if both forms are allowable. If not, I'd expect sshd to complain
> when it starts up.
> I hope this helps,
Sorry. A transcription typo, Charlie.
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