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Downloading and Using Putty <br />Photo by:  By ComputerMongerDanijelZivkovic<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/computermo...
After Completing This LessonYou Will Be Able To…<br />Seach for Putty on the Internet<br />Download Putty<br />Configure P...
Putty is Used For…<br />Connecting to Remote Servers using Telnet or Secure Shell<br />Opens a Terminal Window on a Remote...
Finding Putty<br />Start up your browser (you can use any browser on your pc or mac)<br />Go to http://www.google.com<br /...
Search Results<br />Click on the first link returned by Google<br />PuTTY Download Page<br />So if you want to browse PuTT...
Downloading Putty to Your Desktop<br />Scroll down on the current web page until you see.<br />For Windows on Intel x86PuT...
Using Putty<br />Double Click on Putty.exe on your desktop<br />The following dialog will be displayed.<br />
Connecting to a Remote Server<br />To connect to a remote server, type in the IP Address in the “Host Name” Dialog box and...
This Concludes this Lesson<br />
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Downloading and using Putty

  1. 1. Downloading and Using Putty <br />Photo by: By ComputerMongerDanijelZivkovic<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/computermonger/2581373471/<br />The photo above does not indicate any endorsement of this material<br />
  2. 2. After Completing This LessonYou Will Be Able To…<br />Seach for Putty on the Internet<br />Download Putty<br />Configure Putty to Connect to a Remote Server<br />
  3. 3. Putty is Used For…<br />Connecting to Remote Servers using Telnet or Secure Shell<br />Opens a Terminal Window on a Remote Server for Entering Commands, Editing Files, and Remote Administration<br />
  4. 4. Finding Putty<br />Start up your browser (you can use any browser on your pc or mac)<br />Go to http://www.google.com<br />Search for “Download Putty”<br />
  5. 5. Search Results<br />Click on the first link returned by Google<br />PuTTY Download Page<br />So if you want to browse PuTTY's revision history, you could download that, unpack it, and point a local Subversion client at it. Click here to download the ...www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html - Cached - Similar<br />
  6. 6. Downloading Putty to Your Desktop<br />Scroll down on the current web page until you see.<br />For Windows on Intel x86PuTTY:putty.exe<br />Right Click on the Link “putty.exe”<br />And choose, “Save Link As” to save putty.exe to your desktop. <br />*** There is no installation required for Putty, you just save the .exe to your desktop.<br />
  7. 7. Using Putty<br />Double Click on Putty.exe on your desktop<br />The following dialog will be displayed.<br />
  8. 8. Connecting to a Remote Server<br />To connect to a remote server, type in the IP Address in the “Host Name” Dialog box and then click on “Open”<br />If you successfully completed the connection, a black window should open with a prompt that says “login as:”. You can enter your username and password.<br />
  9. 9. This Concludes this Lesson<br />

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