If you look around you will find a lot of people are using the Windows operating system for their website. And the reason behind it is that using Windows operating system you can easily handle your website. Not only that you can also make any changes on your website as per your requirements. And today most of the people use Windows dedicated server for their website and the reason behind it is that they get more reliability and also flexibility. And with Windows dedicated server they also get root access to their server and with the help of that you can easily install and run any application on your server.
Not only that using Windows dedicated server you no need to fear about other websites using your resources and from where your website will be affected by the virus. And today if you are using a Windows dedicated server for your website and if you are looking for information on how to use SSH in Putty then here is the answer. With the help of PuTTY, you can easily log into your server, and PuTTY is a free software application for Windows 95, 98, XP, Vista, and 7, 8, 9, 10.
Follow the instruction to use SSH in PuTTY:
>> Go to Windows option on your system and click on PuTTY or else search for PuTTY and launch the application.
>> Enter your connection settings- enter IP address/ Hostname, click on SSH and click on open
>> If you are connecting to the server for the first time from any computer then you will see the following tab. In there you need to click on yes.
>> Once it is connected to SSH connection you will see a terminal prompt asking for your username:
Connect with your SSH user of choice.
>> Now enter your password. Using keyboard-interactive authentication.
>> Now you are logged into your server with SSH and now you will see this output on your screen.
The programs included with the Debian GNU/Linux system are free software;
the exact distribution terms for each program are described in the
individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.
Debian GNU/Linux comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent
permitted by applicable law.
>> Now you can begin typing commands at the prompt.