So I have OpenSSH installed on my VC and can connect fine as a local user on the server, I have several scripts visable in the home directory. That same local user has been granted full Administrator access to vSphere.
But... How would I kickoff one of the same scripts that work perfectly via PowerShell on the server directly ? Any idea's even a guese ...
It seems that OpenSSH integration is not available yet.
But it will may be present one day.
Are you able to suggest any potential workaround mate? Someone suggested I might be abel to get it working my changing enviromental varibles but I am not 100% exactly what he meant by that
From the blog article i guess that there is no workaround yet.
OpenSSH has been designed to provide access to some Linux client utilities in Windows (via Cygwin)
PowerShell is not a Linux client tool.
Maybe there are others tools available however than openssh, and replace default command shell.
You could try the OpenSSH version that already exists, see NoMachine
You probably have to use the "inputformat none" parameter with powershell.
powershell -inputformat none CloneVMsMK28.ps1
Btw, in a recent post, the MSFT team has published their roadmap.for the port of OpenSSH