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What is the best way to setup SSH on windows server 2003?

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Lyon
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Hello LyonJay,

Follow the link below for step by step instructions on setting up Secure Shell for Windows

http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/SSH_Using_Secure_Shell_for_Windows_.html

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jss1199
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You mean W2003 as a SSH server?
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by:LyonJay
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That is a helpful article but i actually meant Windows Server 2003 as a SSH Server as i already have clients setup.

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Lyon
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To setup a cygwin ssh server - http://www.netadmintools.com/art516.html
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Very good!
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