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March 31, 2005, 10:54 pm
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Re: moving putty saved sessions to different windows profile
You can export the relevant bit of the registry from the old profile to
a .REG file with REGEDIT, and import it into the new profile.
| A.5.2 Where does PuTTY store its data?
| On Windows, PuTTY stores most of its data (saved sessions, SSH host
| keys) in the Registry. The precise location is
| and within that area, saved sessions are stored under Sessions while
| host keys are stored under SshHostKeys.
| PuTTY also requires a random number seed file, to improve the
| unpredictability of randomly chosen data needed as part of the SSH
| cryptography. This is stored by default in a file called
I don't know where WinSCP stores its stuff.
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