Managing Server Core using PuTTY over SSH

Sander has made a post on “how to remotely manage Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008 with numerous tools, including the Computer Management MMC Snap-Ins (compmgmt.msc), the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT), Remote Desktop Connection (using RDP) and Windows Remote Shell.” He tips on magaging Server Core using PuTTY over OpenSSH on a x86 version of a […]

Sander has made a post on “how to remotely manage Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008 with numerous tools, including the Computer Management MMC Snap-Ins (compmgmt.msc), the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT), Remote Desktop Connection (using RDP) and Windows Remote Shell.”

He tips on magaging Server Core using PuTTY over OpenSSH on a x86 version of a Server Core installation of Windows Server 2008 Standard. To install it I'll simply use Cygwin package 1.5.25-15, which can be downloaded from the Cygwin Website On the client level we'll use PuTTY 0.60, which can be downloaded from the PuTTY Download Page for free.

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