Remote Terminal (Windows Store) SSH/Telnet client - Free
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Remote Terminal (Windows Store) SSH/Telnet client - Free

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Found 22nd May 2017
A clean, nice looking SSH/Telnet client.
Not for everyone, but those that do need it will understand why.

Obviously this isn't going to replace your putty if you're a die hard user, but it's a very nice tool to have on hand if you're trying to make the move.

Developer says that full UWP support is coming too.

blerb:
Remote Terminal is an SSH-2 and Telnet Terminal Emulator which lets you connect to your UNIX and Linux servers, NAS, VM hosts, virtual appliances, routers and every other system supporting SSH-2 or Telnet connections.

Features
- Telnet protocol and SSH-2 protocol with password, keyboard-interactive and private key authentication
- multiple simultaneous connections
- virtual terminal supporting the most important ANSI/VT100 escape -sequences
- SSH-2 Private Key Authentication Agent functionality including OpenSSH-style Agent Forwarding
- support for every possible screen resolution as well as portrait and snapped view
- support for the on-screen virtual keyboard
- customizable fonts, base colors and 256-colors support
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Interesting. I think I'll stick with Windows Subsystem for Linux, but have some heat anyway.
What's this got over Putty?
Ummm annoying that you don't appear to be able to make it auto-close on logoff or be able to create a shortcut to a host (both things Putty can do).
why not just use Putty though.....
Uridium

why not just use Putty though.....


Exactly! There's also MinGW:
mingw.org/
CyDoNiA

Ummm annoying that you don't appear to be able to make it auto-close on … Ummm annoying that you don't appear to be able to make it auto-close on logoff or be able to create a shortcut to a host (both things Putty can do).


You could visit github.com/spo…al/ where the developer is active and making progress with changes and bug fixes. A feature request is welcome and something simple as a shortcut or live tile for hosts shouldn't be too hard to add, not the developer tho so good luck
I run a real shell inside a Linux VM.
prowla1

I run a real shell inside a Linux VM.



That's great but I use Putty to connect to servers I manage remotely.
I really like Bitvise SSH client which wraps the whole thing up in a nice gui which I find much more complete and intuitive than Putty. Easy to do port forwards, key management and SFTP browsing etc. Also comes as a portable app so I have it in my dropbox for use on multiple machines.
I've been using this for a while now. Does the job well.
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