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chrysek 10-09-2018 01:17 PM

have hard time to log in to my AWS account with MFA and Win Domain
 
Hi there, I am starting to use secureCTR on my mac, and I am having hard time to login to my company AWS account which is MFA and I need to specify domain.

I usualy login via term this way:

ssh -l mycorp\\user hostname

then I put my password and then I need to select 1 for MFA, this is working great via standard Mac term.

I am trying to evaluate new SecureCRT so I could use it on my mac and I am having problem.

in the quick connect I put my hostname
then as user name I put
mycorp\\user

but when I try to connect my windows hangs, I dont get prompted for password and its just locks up, I have to force to close my window. What am I doing wrong?

jdev 10-09-2018 01:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrysek (Post 50323)
I usualy login via term this way:

ssh -l mycorp\\user hostname
...
in the quick connect I put my hostname then as user name I put
mycorp\\user

but when I try to connect my windows hangs, I dont get prompted for password and its just locks up, I have to force to close my window. What am I doing wrong?

On a Linux/Mac shell, the \ character usually means you're escaping some special character, so you have to double them up (as in \\) to get a single \.

Within the Username field of SecureCRT's Quick Connect window, there is no need for escapement; just use a single \, as in mycorp\user.

If you continue to experience problems, generate a Trace Options log as per the instructional video on our YouTube channel, and send us an email with the Trace Options output log attached (use a subject of "ATTN: Jake - Forum thread 13282"). Don't post your trace options here in the public forums, because there may be sensitive info within it that you don't want broadcast to the world here on the forums.

--Jake


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