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Using Public-Key Authentication from Other Hosts to z/OS

In the following instructions:

  • Server_zos is the remote host running Tectia Server for IBM z/OS that you are trying to connect to.

  • ServerUser is the user name on Server_zos that you are logging in as.

  • Client is the host running the Secure Shell client.

  • ClientUser is the user name on Client that should be allowed to log in to Server_zos as ServerUser.

The instructions assume that ClientUser is allowed to log in to Server_zos as ServerUser using some other authentication method (usually password).


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