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Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Putty - Command Line Magic Continues......





A) Delete All PuTTY Sessions Together
When you are swapping an old computer with a new computer, you may end-up transferring all PuTTY sessions to new computer. Once you’ve transferred all PuTTY sessions, execute “putty -cleanup” from the command line as shown below.

Go to the path where Putty.exe in installed and execute below command
C:>putty –cleanup


B) Magic Command to BackUp Putty Sessions
a) Open Run in Windows ( Window + R )
b) Put below command in Run
regedit /e "%userprofile%\desktop\putty-registry.reg" HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Simontatham
c) This will create a reg file of Putty Session on your desktop.
d) Putty Sessions are backed up.


C) If you are fed up with putting Username again n again in multiple putty sessions.
Try this
a) Clicked on Any Saved Session and Load it
b) Click Connection > Data in the Category navigation tree.



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