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I was trying to sftp to my domain with a newly created ftp user but it says "Permission denied, please try again". If i do sftp with the default ftp ...
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    Just Joined! pratapsingh's Avatar
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    Exclamation SFTP : Permission denied, please try again


    I was trying to sftp to my domain with a newly created ftp user but it says "Permission denied, please try again".

    If i do sftp with the default ftp user that is domain owner ftp id i am able to log in what is the problem?

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    sftp is used to transport files over ssh. It is not used to connect to an ftp server. If you would like to use sftp you would have to have your ssh port open and use your username and password use you to log into the server.

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    Thanks man i got the idea .. sftp works over ssh and it requires a valid user with linux know shell access only then i can access to the server using sftp.

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