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Portable PuTTY/WinSCP/Psi

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Anonymous (not verified)
Portable PuTTY/WinSCP/Psi

There isn't really any conversion necessary here -- these are just very useful, already more or less portable, apps that my team bundles internally in our workgroup along with the PortableSuite... not sure about the licensing suitability for making them formally a part of the Portable Suite though.

PuTTY - secure shell client -- has a stand alone, no install version that works from any directory and stores its config's in the directory where it is run from
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

WinSCP - secure copy (scp) / secure FTP client -- stand alone, no install version that works from any directory and stores its config's in the directory where it is run from
http://winscp.net/eng/download.php#download2

Psi - a very nice, light weight, jabber-only secure instant messaging client -- has a stand alone, no install version that works from any directory and stores its config's in the directory where it is run from
http://psi-im.org/psi.affinix.com/?page=download

So our internal Portable Suite has become PortableSuite + PuTTY + WinSCP + Psi

Matej (not verified)
PortaPutty

Actually someone made portable putty. It is here: http://socialistsushi.com/portaputty/

Vortex_ICS (not verified)
putty

I really thought that PuTTy was sort of a portable application.

Daemonfly (not verified)
PuTTy = not 100% portable

I'll be using the portable version, as the normal version stores all it's settings locally on the PC it's run on, not to the config files on the USB drive, or whatever you're using.

tjcasser
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In the Same Vein..

I'd also suggest including TightVNC in with other portable apps in the suite. There's an executable-only version that would work beautifully with a portable PuTTy..

(At least, like how some of us use it to get back to our consoles at home from remote sites...)
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MoHaG
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Rather UltraVNC.... It

Rather UltraVNC.... It contains additional features with its own server on windows (easy file transfer interface, display driver to speed up server (does not require its client though...))

It also supports the tightVNC protocol.

http://ultravnc.sourceforge.net/

GadgetGirl (not verified)
*shrug* TightVNC has those

*shrug* TightVNC has those features too. I like both UltraVNC and TightVNC.

myles (not verified)
WinSCP has a Standalone

WinSCP has a Standalone version now.

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