what's the standard way to do admin over ssh?


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Xah Lee

what's the typical way to do ssh login to a remote unix on Windows Vista?

in unixes, typically one just launch a terminal window, then type ssh
(e-mail address removed). Typically i use a text terminal to login to remote
computers to do sys admin.

I'm aware that on Windows there's a terminal app PuTTY, which is a third
party software. But i wanted to know typical Window people's ways for this.
e.g. or people at Microsoft, when they need to login to a remote unix based
machine, what do they use/do?

as far as i know, cmd.exe or powershell doesn't include a ssh command line
utility.

(am a long time unix admin (solaris, OSX). Recently switched to Windows as
personal machine at least. Wanted to pick up Window's practices)

Thanks.

Xah
∑ http://xahlee.org/

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01MDM

what's the typical way to do ssh login to a remote unix on Windows Vista?

in unixes, typically one just launch a terminal window, then type ssh
(e-mail address removed). Typically i use a text terminal to login to remote
computers to do sys admin.

I'm aware that on Windows there's a terminal app PuTTY, which is a third
party software. But i wanted to know typical Window people's ways for this.
e.g. or people at Microsoft, when they need to login to a remote unix based
machine, what do they use/do?

as far as i know, cmd.exe or powershell doesn't include a ssh command line
utility.

(am a long time unix admin (solaris, OSX). Recently switched to Windows as
personal machine at least. Wanted to pick up Window's practices)

Thanks.

  Xah
∑http://xahlee.org/

☄
I think that M$ doesn't think of administration of *nix machines as
they are approximately only 0.68% (by http://gs.statcounter.com/#os-ww-daily-20080701-20090723-bar)
 
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Vizoere

At a previous job, I used a version of ssh for Windows to connect to our
network switches and such. As it's been a few years, I'm not sure where we
got it but check out http://sshwindows.sourceforge.net. It looks vaguely
familiar.
 

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