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Article:
  Inside SSH, Part 1
Subject:   ssh secure AFP connection with OSX 10.3.4 (not server version)
Date:   2004-07-11 02:01:40
From:   Felix-fi
Anybody figure out how to make the connection to an AFP server running 10.3.4 (not the server version) ssh secure?


Since 10.3.4, if you "ask" for an ssh secure afp connection, you only get one if the server is running OSX Server, otherwise you get a warning that the connection is not secure (i.e. the afp server does not use ssh) so you know it can be "listened".


Is there a way to "make it work" even on the regular OSX?


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    2004-07-12 12:09:34  billpenn [View]

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