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Thursday, May 22, 2014
Outputing Remote Screen and save on Windows Desktop with Putty
Putty is one of the most popular SSH client used especially on Windows Clients to access Linux. One of the most overlooked function is that putty can log screen output and save it to your windows desktop.
Once you have selected and loaded the remote host, click the Session Logging.
At Session Logging select the All session output
Under Log File name: Browse and Select where you want the output.log to be placed.