Backend and Infrastructure

Bonus Lesson: Using SSH on Windows to Log in to Vagrant

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Due to path issues, vagrant ssh doesn't work on Windows. Although you can update some files to fix this, running PuTTY is slightly more accessible (and has a GUI configuration screen to fill in). In this lesson we cover how to install and use PuTTY to log into your virtual machine. Note: You can use PuTTY from any Windows machine into any Linux server.

Lesson Objectives

By the end of this lesson you will be able to SSH into a remote machine using PuTTY.

Additional resources

Download PuTTY