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Putty.RND

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I opened window explorer and found Putty.RND. I do not remember seeing it before. I am running windows xp pro sp3 ie7 - delete it or???
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Putty.RND is a config file made by a program called PUTTY (a telnet and ssh program). You can safely delete it without any issues. Putty is a stand alone program and will recreate this file if you run the application again.
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Also here is the link to the putty site:
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
 
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