I am currently using putty portable via .bat files to access my servers. I would like to configure these .bat files to utilize command prompt portable instead, and be able to store these .bat files in another folder (such as the PAM docs folder).
For instance, currently in the putty portable folder I have a .bat file to access a server as follows:
start PuTTYPortable -P 22 -ssh 126.96.36.199 -l myuser -pw mypassword
It works fine, but it uses the windows default cmd.exe. I want to set up a batch file to access commandprompt portable that starts puttyportable with config options, and create these in such a way that I can store these .bat files anywhere on my usb drive.
Is this possible, or can someone post an example?
CMDP is just an easy way to access the Windows CMD from the PortableApps.com Menu with selected options.
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