Okay, I'm loving the built-in support for SFTP that's now in v11. Yay! However, in order to get a bulletproof script that runs unattended, I need to be able to automatically acknowledge the fingerprint that the remote host returns when connecting using either IFTP or a "direct" call in case the host needs to replace its key. TCC is "remembering" my answer the first time it "asks" when I use it interactively (thanks for that, but where is it being stored?), but I don't really want my scripts to "hang" until I notice them when they're running unattended in the event there's a change, or if I need to move the processing to another machine in my enterprise. Did I miss something in the documentation, or is this an enhancement request? And yes, I'm fully aware that blind acknowledgment defeats any number of security benefits of the key exchange process in SSH. However, that's not important in this scenario: I'm sending a simple text file, and the recipient is requiring SFTP, not me--I'd be OK with old-school FTP and am happy to assume that the recipient is the one I intend to receive the data.