Decrypting a file with a passphrase via command line

Tammy Collier TCollier at
Mon Oct 4 23:29:27 CEST 2010

I have gpg2 installed and I get prompted for the passphrase when I try
to decrypt the file.  If I enter in the passphrase and don't log out it
doesn't prompt me the next time as it is cached, but I need to
disconnect from the RDP connection so that's not an option.  I can
figure out how to put the passphrase into the command line so that it
does not require user intervention.  Help?


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