Having Putty scroll entire output without having to page through

Not sure if this is related to putty or the machine's application I'm working on but here is the question. I have a putty connection to a CLI session of a particular vendors Session Border Controller (SBC) appliance. The command "show configuration" literally outputs hundreds and hundreds of pages of output but displays only one page at a time requiring you to use the space-bar to page through to the end. I'm looking to cut/paste all the output into a text file where I can easily search for terms. Putty can "copy all to clipboard" so that's not a problem but I wonder if it's possible to configure putty to send all the output so it scrolls everything at once....or is this behavior a function of the CLI application itself?
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Trent SmithCommented:
First of all I wouldn't do the copy all to clipboard as you said but I would use the logging from putty to save the session output.  The only one I know for sure that you can change the page break is on Cisco.  I have included the link in case you feel like checking it out.


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LinkAuthor Commented:
In my opinion a copy all to clip board is way easier than logging to a file. I set my scroll back buffer to 50,000 and its done. Logging to a file just seem like extra steps, plus you have to turn it on/off etc. Logging to a file is good for me when doing something over time (hours,days). Thanks for your input though.
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