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[Solved] Ssh to windows from linx


I was trying to ssh to windows server from linux box(red hat). I am a bit confused about where to generate the keys. Should I generate the keys in linux and place it in windows or other way around. I have installed openssh package in cygwin on the windows box. can someone please tell me where to generate the keys?


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I got it. generated in Linux and placed it in windows and its working fine now.
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