Yes, I can replicate this error on Windows 2000 Professional, Service
Pack 1. I have killed all non-essential services and applications, and
the problem still occurs.
There are no fixes posted at the ssh.com web site, but I have submitted
a bug report to them.
If you tend to run multiple sessions, you may want to stick with the 2.4
client which is still available at:
and in the ftp archive at ftp://ftp.uvm.edu/pub/ssh/
Kor Kiley wrote:
>I installed this client and have had problems. If I try to open another
>session from a session that is already connected (through "quick connect" or
>an existing profile), the session terminates with an access violation error.
>I had no such problems with ver. 2.4. I'd like to know if anyone else has
>had the same problem with ver. 3.0.0
>>From: Departmental Technology Coordinators
>>[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Greg MacKinnon
>>Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 10:41 AM
>>To: [log in to unmask]
>>Subject: SSH Windows Client Update
>>Attention SSH Windows Client Users:
>>Now available at the UVM software download site is the SSH
>>Communications Security SSH Client for Windows Workstations version
>>3.0.0 (non-commercial version). Rather a mouthful of a name, eh?
>>This SSH Client release contains a few obscure bug fixes and great
>>improvements in SFTP transfer rates.
>>You can download a copy from
>Please have a look at the updated documentation at
>http://cit.uvm.edu/network/ssh_info/index.html for important information
>on upgrading from version 2.4 to 3.0.
>CIT Client Services