Using Secure Authentication
The SSH protocol uses multiple methods to authenticate when connecting to another machine. Version 12 supports all major methods, including password authentication, SSH identities and SSH agents.
Connect to another machine with RemoteConnect, entering a username and password to authenticate.
Without sufficient authentication, a prompt is created, allowing username and password authentication to be entered.
An identity file can be used to connect by specifying it in the Authentication option.
Specify an identity file as the default authentication to use when connecting.
Using the authentication provided in $SSHAuthentication, connect and run a command.
Parse the result of the remote process to get organized output.