Using Secure Shell (SSH)

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Viewers will learn how to properly install and use Secure Shell (SSH) to work on projects or homework remotely.

Video Steps

1. Download Secure Shell

1. Follow basic installation instructions

1. Open Secure Shell and use "Quick Connect" to enter credentials including host, username, port, and password

1. Open Secure File Transfer Client and use "Quick Connect" to enter credentials including host, username, port, and password

Author:Zia Syed
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Nice work, Zia!

I've always used PuTTY, but that looks like a good alternative.

BTW, what software did you use to create the video?  Is it free?  I'm after something free to create instructional videos like that.

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