pscp [options] [user@]host:source target
pscp [options] source [source...] [user@]host:target
pscp [options] -ls [user@]host:filespec
pscp is a command-line client for the SSH-based SCP (secure copy) and SFTP (secure file transfer protocol) protocols.
The command-line options supported by pscp are:
- Show version information and exit.
- Display the fingerprints of the PuTTY PGP Master Keys and exit, to aid in verifying new files released by the PuTTY team.
- Remote directory listing.
- Preserve file attributes.
- Quiet, don't show statistics.
- Copy directories recursively.
- Allow server-side wildcards (DANGEROUS).
- Show verbose messages.
- -load session
- Load settings from saved session.
- -P port
- Connect to port port.
- -l user
- Set remote username to user.
- Disable interactive prompts.
- -pw password
- Set remote password to password. CAUTION: this will likely make the password visible to other users of the local machine (via commands such as `w').
- Force use of SSH protocol version 1.
- Force use of SSH protocol version 2.
- Enable SSH compression.
- -i path
- Private key file for user authentication.
- -hostkey key
Specify an acceptable host public key. This option may be specified multiple times; each key can be either a fingerprint (99:aa:bb:...) or a base64-encoded blob in OpenSSH's one-line format.
Specifying this option overrides automated host key management; only the key(s) specified on the command-line will be accepted (unless a saved session also overrides host keys, in which case those will be added to), and the host key cache will not be written.
- Force use of SCP protocol.
- Force use of SFTP protocol.
- -sshlog logfile
- -sshrawlog logfile
These options make pscp log protocol details to a file. (Some of these may be sensitive, although by default an effort is made to suppress obvious passwords.)
-sshlog logs decoded SSH packets and other events (those that -v would print). -sshrawlog additionally logs the raw encrypted packet data.
For more information on pscp it's probably best to go and look at the manual on the PuTTY web page:
This man page isn't terribly complete. See the above web link for better documentation.