For Solaris system, it is easy to configure SSH server for users to login, then how to configure on Windows Server and let users can login successfully?
On Windows Server, e.g. Win2000server or Win2003server, there are two major steps to enable the SSH access.
1.Create a user group and user for telnet access.
2.Use "SSH Server Administration" to configure the SSH parameters and enable SSH service.
Please refer to the attachment for detailed configuration.
The key point of configure telnet parameter is to configure NTLM. Because in the default mode (which is 2), when a telnet user (e.g. A) wants to access the remote server (e.g. B), it will automatically use local username and password of A for authentication, and it will fail due to no any configuration info on server (B). After changing the NTLM mode to 0, the remote server (B) will allow the user (A) to input the username and password for authentication.