I am facing problems while trying to backup my CUCM on Windows 7.
I use freeSSHd, it was working fine on Windows XP and Windows Vista. I did tens of backups and restores so the configuration on CUCM and SFTP server are 100% correct (Server name, path, username and password).
Since I moved to windows 7 last month, I haven't been able to perfom any backups, nor any 'file get tftp' from putty.
The file get tftp gives me: Invalid username/password combination. The update in the backup device page gives me: Update failed : Unable to access SFTP server or SFTP server too slow to respond.Please make sure the login credentials and path are correct.
I paused my kaspersky antivirus and tried again with no luck.
When I open the FreeSSHd software, I try to enable SSH, it gives me the message 'Generic error for access violation'.
I installed FreeFTPd, I tried to start the SFTP service there, it gave the same error 'Generic error for access violation'.
Sounds like a windows issue to me. If you can confirm network connectivity is fine and you can ping, I would start checking to make sure you don't have multiple FTP programs running or multiple instances of freeftpd running that could be causing issues, disabling Windows firewall and testing (Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall), and try right clicking the freeftpd program and 'Run as Administrator'.
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