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Avaya Site Admin disable ssh fingerprint check

Avaya Site Admin disable ssh fingerprint check

Avaya Site Admin disable ssh fingerprint check

Hi all

I have a Windows VM with a connected user where there's always an instance of Avaya Site Administration running. The reason for this, is that a report of a vdn is created daily (list bcms vdn xxxx) and then sent via e-mail with the reporting tool of ASA.

When there's an interchange of the Active/Standby servers I have to manually accept the new fingerprint. The problem with this is, that the report doesn't run until I accept this new fingerprint and I get alerted after some time has already passed, so there is always some data that is lost.

I wanted to know, if there is a way to disable the ssh fingerprint check when ASA creates a report? Maybe there is even a better way to do it, either way I'm open to suggestions.


RE: Avaya Site Admin disable ssh fingerprint check

modern system manager can do it by email without ASA

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