If you connect to multiple SSH2 sessions at the same time and don't want to have to retype your authentication credentials for each session, this tip will help you.
You can connect to multiple sessions at the same time using a desktop shortcut, an Auto session that connects to multiple sessions, or by selecting multiple sessions in the Connect dialog. If these sessions use SSH1 or SSH2, you can minimize the amount of typing you have to do to authenticate by following these steps.
Now you should be equipped to start multiple sessions with a single
Note: If you prefer not to save your password, there's an option to cache session passwords. You will still have to type in your password the first time, but you won't have to re-type the password if you connect to the same session multiple times, reconnect the session, or connect to the session in SecureFX. The passwords are only cached in memory as long as SecureCRT, SecureFX, or the Activator are running. This option is found in the SSH2 category on the Global Options page.
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