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SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document >>
    Installing SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Using SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
        Configuration Files>>
        Running the Server >>
        Setting Up a Shell User>>
        Running Client Programs>>
            Under USS
            Under MVS
        Handling MVS Datasets and HFS File System Access>>
        Listing Datasets with SFTP Clients>>
    Configuring the Server >>
    Configuring the Client >>
    Authentication >>
    Troubleshooting SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Examples of Use >>
    Man Pages >>
    Log Messages >>

Under MVS

SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS client-side applications can be executed in JCL by BPXBATCH, BPXBATSL, or oshell. scp2 uses the same syntax for interactive and unattended file transfers. sftp2 has a batch mode for non-interactive file transfers.

User interaction is not possible when using unattended file transfers. For unattended use, users must be set up to use a non-interactive authentication method, like a public key without a passphrase.

Because user interaction is not possible, the server host key must be stored on disk on the client before unattended file transfers will succeed. More information about storing the remote server keys can be found in Appendix Example of Distributing Keys.

For unattended file transfer examples, please see Appendix Examples of Use.

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