Windows 10 Insider - Enable Telnet in Windows 10 for advanced troubleshooting

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In this video we demonstrate how to install the Windows Feature Telnet so that you can use it for advanced troubleshooting and also how to test it's working.

Video Steps

1. Login to Windows

Login to your windows 10 computer.

2. Open up Control Panel

Open up control panel by clicking the start button and typing in control and then pressing enter.

3. Select Programs and Features

In control panel, click on programs and features.

4. Enable a Feature

In this window, click on "Turn Windows features on or off" and then scroll down and enable Telnet by selecting the checkbox and then completing the installation when you click Save.
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