If you have a group of servers with Linux and Windows operating systems, then it is a good consideration to install and configure OpenSSH on Windows.
Because it would be easy to manage the servers using OpenSSH. Also, it encrypts traffic on both ends, eliminating security risks from hackers or eavesdroppers.
Moreover, we can use it for remote operations like file transfers and offers key-based password-less authentication.
Here at Bobcares, we have seen several such Windows-related errors as part of our Server Management Services for web hosts and online service providers.
Today we’ll see how to install and configure OpenSSH on Windows.