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MacOS Native SSH Server

MacOS Native SSH Server Review

MacOS Native SSH is different than some of the other SFTP Servers we have reviewed in that it is only for MacOS X and it is built into the OsX Software. To activate this feature, you enable it through the SSH server within the MacOSX Sharing Dialog Box.

Features

  • Built into the MacOS so no additional configurations are required in order to use it. Go to System Preferences -> Sharing Applet, then click the checkbox next to Remote Login, where this will turn on the SSH Server for all system users.
  • Allows remote users to connect to a MAC by using the OpenSSH protocols and a corresponding SSH Client.
  • Widely supported and Easy to use protocol for Secure File Transfers.
  • Account Permissions are used to delegate access to each individual user, controlling what files and directories they can view when connected.

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MacOS Native SSH Server Review

System Requirements

Only Available for Apple Mac OSx, as it comes pre-bundled with the OS Software.

Price

100% Free !!!

Official Website & Download Links

Built into MacOS X so there is no Download Link:

  • Go to System Preferences -> Sharing Applet, then click the checkbox next to Remote Login, where this will turn on the SSH Server for all system users.

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Denise is one of our Staff Writers that has transitioned from the Corporate IT Consulting World into publishing. She enjoys writing about her Experiences with Software and Tools that she has used and help implement in Real-world Scenarios and Business. She has a Master in Organization Development from Seattle University.

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