I cannot login to a Linux server from my Windows XP PC. I was told to use Putty. I installed Putty (Release 0.60) on my PC and launch it.
In the Putty screen I type in the server name and choose Telnet (or SSH). Whatever I choose I get logon screen. I type in my ID and password. As soon as I enter password the screen closes and nothing happens.
I know I am given access to the server. Could it be the wrong way that I am trying to access the server?
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