SSH in Windows 10

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    So, I have been using a Live Linux with USB to do all my SSH… I stumbled upon a site that had a windows version of OpenSSH.

    I am happy to say that I was able to log in to my Pi 1 B with no issues except forgetting the default password once.

    Here is a screen shot to show it… the command once SSH is installed is ssh (user)@(host)

    I did everything elevated so that I don’t deal with permission issues

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    Putty works great too

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    yeah i’ve been using putty a well without a problem on windows 10

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    I tried putty and just didn’t like it as I am used to powershell…

    It’s mostly a personal preference

    Though writing a halt script for the pie is proving to be tricky (Linux password issues)

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