When I tried connecting from PuTTY on a Windows 8 system to a Windows 7 system running Copssh, a free OpenSSH-based SSH server package for Microsoft Windows systems, I received the message "Disconnected: No supported authentication methods available (server sent: keyboard-interactive)", which appeared in a "PuTTY Fatal Error" window. When I tried connecting using OpenSSH on a SBS 2003 system, I received the message "Permission denied (keyboard-interactive)." I received the same message using the ssh client on a Mac OS X system.
I opened the Copssh control panel on the system and clicked on the Users tab. I had been trying to login with a domain account, but found that the activated users list showed only two local accounts on the system, but no domain accounts. When I clicked on the Add button to add a new user, I found that for the "Domain" setting, the only option I could choose was the local system, since its name appeared, but there was no other value to select in the drop-down list. When I tried using one of the listed accounts for the user name and password, I was able to successfully log in by SSH.