Chapter 13: Connecting to remote systems

So far in this book, we've mostly stayed confined to a single computer. We've developed client-side and server-side applications using Windows Terminal, and the next step is to connect to remote computers so we can deploy our applications! In this chapter, we'll break out of our single-machine confines and learn how to connect to both Windows and Linux systems remotely.

We'll start out by comparing the options for connecting remotely and configuring our systems for remote access. We'll then learn how to streamline our remote access with Windows Terminal, Secure Shell (SSH), and the Secure Copy Protocol (SCP).

By the end of this chapter, we'll be able to decide between WinRM and SSH remote access, set ...

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