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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The "putty" ssh client for Windows is really easy to install. First, you
    download the binary from the web site. Then, you run it. (Insert
    fingerprint-checking in between the two steps, if you like).

    You can also download "pscp" and "psftp" programs, each one standalone again.

    Putty is what I always use when I'm stuck in front of a Windows box.

    I have no idea where it stores config info, though.
      • I have no idea where it stores config info, though.

      It puts it all in the Window Registry.

      I haven't found the right magic to encapsulate and move these settings from machine to machine, yet. Although I haven't tried too hard.

      Does anyone know how to extract Registry information in a portable form that can easily be loaded onto another machine?