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For those like me who got here from Google: pscp now has a -hostkey option which can be used like this: pscp -P 22 -hostkey "ssh-ed25519 255 aa:bb:cc..." ... This eliminates the need for an interactive PuTTY session to store the host key. Here's what the documentation has to say: -hostkey key Specify an acceptable host public key. This option may ...


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xp_cmdshell is not PowerShell. If you run: xp_cmdshell 'whoami.exe'; you will discover that you are nt service\mssqlserver and not Administrator. xp_cmdshell is impersonating that user (which is a service in our case). So the solution of the problem should be to impersonate an Administrator. But you cannot do that. I have tried using Proxy Credentials: EXEC ...


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