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  • Tipp: if you need to have 8.3 names for files/directories you should first change behaviour with fsutil

-> this can be done on Volume scope only

E:\fsutil behavior set disable8dot3 e: 0

  • start powershell session as admin
  • to start with the powershell installation scripts, first enable execution on policy
    PS E:\Program Files\OpenSSH-Win64> Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser
  • go on with installation of ssh server
    PS E:\Program Files\OpenSSH-Win64> .\install-sshd.ps1
    [SC] SetServiceObjectSecurity SUCCESS
    [SC] ChangeServiceConfig SUCCESS
    Granting SeAssignPrimaryTokenPrivilege to NT SERVICE\SSHD   … successful
    sshd and ssh-agent services successfully installed
  • change behaviour of installed services to auto start
    E:\Program Files\OpenSSH-Win64>sc config ssh-agent start=auto
    [SC] ChangeServiceConfig SUCCESS
    E:\Program Files\OpenSSH-Win64>sc config sshd start=auto
    [SC] ChangeServiceConfig SUCCESS
  • add OpenSSH Installdirectory to system path
    E:\Program Files\OpenSSH-Win64>setx path „%path%;e:\Program Files\OpenSSH-Win64\“
    SUCCESS: Specified value was saved.


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