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  1. 1

    Mvd

    Nice job!
    It`s in production! 🙂

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  2. 2

    Ramakrishna

    Thanks this helped me a lot

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  4. 4

    Terence

    Wondeful.. Thanks

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  5. 5

    Anirudh Gunda

    Thanks for helping me!!! Showed exactly what I am looking for 🙂

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  6. 6

    khai

    anyone know what is the command line to save session for putty? thanks..

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  8. 7

    Nishant

    Reposting (I think HTML characters are forbidden)

    Another tip, sharing for everyone’s benefit. How to Combine this feature with Putty Windows CLI feature:

    1. Go to Windows > Run > cmd

    2. Set path for putty command
    set path=C:\Program Files (x86)\PuTTY

    3. Now run putty using this command:
    putty -l username -pw password hostname.companyname.com

    4. Voila, thanks to Viktor’s tip, each session will now be logged with a unique filename.

    Thus you just need to change the hostnames each time, and you can get a seamless experience while doing bulk putty tasks.

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  9. 8

    Mike

    Is it possible to change it from the host name to the session Name i have different hosts that i connect to and it would be nice to tell which one i am looking at by the Saved session name
    Example
    Host = admin@10.6.X.X
    Saved session = ARP entry

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  10. 9

    Sandeep

    V Good procedure

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  11. 10

    superputtyuser

    Good stuff…works nicely. Thanks.

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  12. 11

    piyush

    Thanks for putty trick

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  13. 12

    Nadeem

    Very useful information. Thanks a lot for sharing it

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  14. 13

    kostas

    Thanks a Lot!!! very nice tip!

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  15. 14

    ponrajkumar

    Thanks Mr. Viks !!! its helped me lot..

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  17. 15

    Alex

    I am using Putty Command manager and has created a database for quite few sessions. When I try to enable logging , the settings never stays on. it defaults back to no logging

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  18. 16

    Creggerj

    here’s something that you can try.

    go into registry and look at the following.

    REG
    HKCU\software\SimonTathatm\PuTTY\Sessions\

    in here are the profiles stored.

    you can easily create a profile called test and modify it to your liking.

    once you make it, go to this location in registry. delete the default profile called “Default%20Settings” and rename your test profile to “Default%20Settings” tis way if you export the newly modified profile.. you can basically take your settings with you.

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