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Windows SSH clinet that can log in to 2 different hosts

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Hi guys, maybe im being a bit lazy here but does anyone know of a windows client that can connect to 2 different hosts via SSH. i know something similar can be done with SCP but looking for something simple. its to transfer files between 2 standalone hosts.

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Try MRemoteNG it allows for remote file transfer

http://www.mremoteng.org/
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SCP between hosts will be much faster, than SCP between Windows Workstation, and back to another host.
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Hi cwstad2,

WinSCP should be able to transfer files from one Server to another via local workstation.

Checkout this Guide:
http://winscp.net/eng/docs/faq_fxp#to_transfer_files_between_the_two_servers_via_local_workstation

WinSCP is open source software and completely free to use.
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Thanks SCP seems like the best option
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