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Old 07-10-2018, 03:26 AM
pavdem pavdem is offline
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SecureCRT options

How can I add the following "optional switches" on a secureCRT session, that we currently use extensively with the ssh.

ssh admin@10.20.30.40 -t -s cli

where:
-s subsystem
Invokes the specified subsystem on the remote system. Subsystems are a feature of the Secure Shell protocol which facilitates the use of Secure Shell as a secure transport for other applications (such as sftp). Subsystems must be defined by the Secure Shell server.

-t
Forces a tty allocation even if a command is specified. You can also configure this in the configuration file using the ForcePTTYAllocation keyword.
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Old 07-10-2018, 07:38 AM
bgagnon bgagnon is offline
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Hi pavdem,

You would use the Remote command field available in the Connection / Logon Actions category of Session Options:

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Remote command

Enter the command that you want SecureCRT to instruct the remote machine to run when a connection is made. If the remote command is prefixed with subsystem::, the command will be executed as a subsystem.

Note: The remote command is the only command that the session will run. Once the command exits, the session will disconnect.
However, as noted above, the session disconnects after running the remote command.

What role do these options play in your SSH session?
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