Windows 2022
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OpenSSH : Configure SSH Client
Configure SSH Client to connect to SSH Server.
[1] On Windows Server 2022, OpenSSH Client is installed by default,
but if it has not been installed, Run PowerShell with Admin Privilege and Install it like follows.
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# get available name of OpenSSH
PS C:\Users\Administrator> Get-WindowsCapability -Online | ? Name -like 'OpenSSH*' 

Name  : OpenSSH.Client~~~~
State : Installed

Name  : OpenSSH.Server~~~~
State : NotPresent

# install OpenSSH Client
PS C:\Users\Administrator> Add-WindowsCapability -Online -Name OpenSSH.Client~~~~ 
[2] On GUI installation, open [Start] - [Settings] - [Apps] - [Manage optional features] - [Add a feature] - [OpenSSH Client].
It's possible to use [ssh] client command like follows on PowerShell or Command prompt.
PS > ssh (username)@(SSH Server's Hostname or IP address)
[4] It's also possible to login to Linux Host that SSH Server is running.
[5] It's also possible to use [scp] command, [sftp] command for SSH file transfer.
Usage is the same with OpenSSH Client on Linux, refer to here.
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