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Using ssh from Windows

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We recommend that you install PuTTY, the Windows SSH client. We strongly suggest that you use PuTTY in conjunction with Kerberos.

Unfortunately it is not easy to remove a server's public key from PuTTY, short of editing the Windows Registry. If you wish to risk this - try googling for "how to delete putty ssh keys".

For background reading on ssh (and Kerberos) see connecting from outside the University - an overview.

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