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OpenSSH via PowerShell

This is an alternative to connect to a server via SSH without leaving PowerShell or Command Prompt.


◼️ Free download HERE ◼️


#1 Download OpenSSH-Win64.zip and unzip it.


#2 Open Windows PowerShell and enter the OpenSSH-Win64 directory and run ssh.exe.

#3 Connect to a host via SSH:

.\ssh root@192.168.0.1

Confirm the connection with 'yes' then enter the user's password.


To avoid accessing the SSH directory, you can copy the files:

- ssh.exe

- libcrypto-41.dll

Into C:\Windows\System32 folder.

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