Sun. Apr 21st, 2019

How to Use Windows 10’s OpenSSH Client Instead of PuTTY

How to Use Windows 10’s OpenSSH Client Instead of PuTTY

When you need to manage a *nix machine from the distance, you will almost always use SSH. Any BSD or Linux-based operating system running on a server will come with the OpenSSH daemon preinstalled. To “talk” to this daemon and interact with the remote machine, you also need an SSH client. PuTTY has long been the most popular SSH client used on Windows, but since the last major update, Windows 10 now comes with an SSH client preinstalled. It’s easier and faster to use this client rather than installing and configuring PuTTY. How to Install Windows’ OpenSSH Client First, check if it’s already installed. Press… Read more

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