PowerShell SSH Terminal Server
PowerShell SSH Terminal Server is a powerful SSH solution that enables administrators and other IT professionals to securely manage remote Windows machines through a lightweight PowerShell command-line interface.
PowerShell SSH Terminal Server is a full-featured SSH 2.0 server that enables Windows Desktops and Servers with a secure remote entry point to a Windows PowerShell Host. This gives users the power to securely manage Windows remotely through PowerShell from any standard SSH client, including: PuTTY, OpenSSH, iPhone, Blackberry, Linux/Unix machines, as well as our own SSH client solutions.
In addition to terminal access, the included secure remote access cmdlets work with PowerShell SSH Terminal Server to provide an easy-to-use WinRM alternative for PowerShell Remoting. PowerShell SSH Terminal Server can act as a standalone server or can pass remote objects through the included SSHRunspace cmdlet, enabling SSH secured remoting.
- Support for Secure Shell (SSH) Version 2.0.
- Run as a Windows Service or as a standalone user application.
- Securely connect to Windows PowerShell remotely from any standard SSH client, including: iPhone, Blackberry, Linux/Unix machine, etc.
- Public Key, Password, and GSSAPI Authentication (NTLM and Kerberos) support.
- Strong 3DES encryption, message integrity checking, secure secret key exchange
- SSH tunnel support.
- Unlimited concurrent remote connections (depending on license level).
- An easy-to-use, lightweight and secure PowerShell Remoting alternative to WinRM.
- SSH-enabled cmdlets for scriptable access to PowerShell SSH Terminal Server available through NetCmdlets.
- Programmatic access to PowerShell SSH Terminal Server from developer technologies including ActiveX, Delphi, C++, Java, and more via /n software IP*Works SSH.
Using PowerShell SSH Terminal Server
PowerShell SSH Terminal Server can be run as a standalone application on your Windows Desktop that sits quietly in your taskbar notification tray, or as a Windows Service that runs in the background.
When the SSHRunspace cmdlet connects to PowerShell SSH Terminal Server, the objects in the remote shell are XML serialized and returned through a secure SSH connection. On the client side, SSHRunspace will transparently deserialize to PSObjects with corresponding fields matching the remote objects. The returned objects can be pipelined, evaluated, and stored as any other PSObject.
- Microsoft PowerShell Version 2.0 +
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 +