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RE: Unable to run sshd under a domain sshd_server account [SOLVED]
Larry Hall wrote:
> Schutter, Thomas A. wrote:
> >> Actually supplying the password instead of '*' should work.
> >> Igor
> > OK. The pipe thing makes sense. But supplying the password does not
> > work either:
> > $ net use '\\other\f$' MyPassword1
> > System error 1909 has occurred.
> > The referenced account is currently locked out and may not be
> > on to.
> Actually, that means you've had too many login failures and Windows has
> locked your account. You need to wait a while and/or contact your
> admin to get this resolved. Once done, the above should work.
I don't think so. I just tried and I can login to the account just fine
on both machines. But I still get the same error when I run the
"net use" command from a ssh shell. Also, the "net use" command works if
I run it from a console cygwin shell.
I think that the "referenced account" is "sshd_server". Look at what
happens with this command from a console cygwin shell:
$ net use '\\other\f$' /user:sshd_server
The password or user name is invalid for \\other\f$.
Enter the password for 'sshd_server' to connect to 'other':
System error 1909 has occurred.
The referenced account is currently locked out and may not be logged on to.
Which is the same error when run without the /user option from a ssh shell.
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