openssh server for windows

What can I do with openssh for Microsoft Windows 2003 ?

can I run dos commands ?

can I run powershell commands

can I run powershell scripts.

Can I still get in if I get the error message "you do not have the rights to logon locally on this system " when I try to rdp into the system ?

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I think it depends on what ssh server you install.  I run the ssh server that is part of Cygwin and so I get dropped into a bash shell, also provided as part of Cygwin.

You might be able to still get in, but if you can't it may have nothing to do with not being able to RDP.  The RDP security is most likely different from RDP.

I know that there are only a select few that can RDP to my computer, but anybody that has a AD account in our system can ssh to may computer.

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