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You can configure SecureCRT to handle "accept and acknowledge" interactions using the keyboard-interactive authentication method.
When a device requires that a user connecting via SSH "accept and acknowledge" something with a "y/n" or "yes/no" reply, such interaction typically requires the keyboard-interactive authentication method.
Here's how you configure SecureCRT to utilize the keyboard-interactive authentication method even if a remote host still offers support for other authentication methods (like password, public key, etc.):
If you need to make this change of auth-order preference to more than one session:
If you want to automate the response, consider this approach:
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