Putty is a terminal emulator application which is working as a client for the SSH, telnet etc. Mostly we used putty for remote login.
By Default putty saved session information under the registry in a windows machine.
In a Working environment, we have stored multiple sessions in one machine and because of some reason we need to move on another machine. In that case creating all the session or configuration again on the new system is a very time-consuming process.
In this article, we will describe how to migrate putty sessions from one machine to another.
Migrating putty sessions
1. Open Regedit
With help of “run,” you can open the “regedit”.
Type run>> regedit