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- Michael Pelletier
September 10, 2009, 5:32 pm
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I'd like to set up PuTTY in such a way that when the Default
%20Settings registry folder is created in HKEY_LOCAL_USER, it contains
the default options that I have set.
From what I can tell in reviewing the documentation, it's possible to
disseminate a set of configuration details using an exported *.reg
file, but what I'd like to be able to do is have the default settings
for a first-time user come up with, for instance, X11 tunnels and
compression enabled, without having to write stuff into their registry
I saw a reference to a "putty\defaults" file, but that appears to
either be incorrect or outdated.
Any suggestions? Thanks!
Re: Changing PuTTY first-run defaults for Windows?
If you can't write to the registry, there's no solution for this with
the standard version of PuTTY short of recompiling it with your
Never been anything like that in the standard version. Might have been
in one of the several storage-in-files forks.
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