Note: This tip is for use with SecureFX® for Windows.
Do you need to secure your scripted remote logon and file transfers?
Use the VCP command-line utility or the SFXCL command-line tool bundled
with SecureFX for Windows. VCP and SFXCL support simple
file transfers with SSH-based strong encryption and authentication.
VCP is included with the VShell® server and SecureCRT®. Two VCP options facilitate batch or
scripted transfers. For example, the -i switch is used to specify a public
key for authentication. This way, the batch file does not need to contain
or make reference to a password, closing a major security hole. The public key
can be secured using network privileges. The -r switch copies the entire
directory structure recursively. A recursive copy command copies all files
in the specified folder and files in any sub-folders.
With the SFXCL utility included with SecureFX for Windows, the "QuickSync" flag can be used to synchronize two
sites, or a pre-stored session from SecureFX's database can be used to
transfer from one site to another.
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