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Look at the use of .rhosts file...
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Hi vbe,

Thxs for the reply.
I tried configuring .rhosts file according to my requirements but I am not authorised to add or modify anything into the same as I am not a root user.

So,could you let me know any workaround this??

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The ssh and remsh solutions will not work unless you have access to the other accounts or root access. Can you not login as the other accounts and configure the authorized_keys files or the .rhosts files?
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Of course you can since you know the other account and have its passwd
( you connect as, then edit/create .rhosts there is not need to be root here...)
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