Example: Import Putty connections into SecureCRT saved sessions
Imports putty configurations into SecureCRT saved sessions.
jdev: 02-17-2017, 2:20pm : Added example to import from Super Putty. This requires you to have your super putty config saved to an XML file. Imports session name/path, hostname, protocol, and port.
The script attempts to automatically export existing putty configuration settings to a .reg file in your temporary folder. If this automated attempt fails, putty session info will need to manually be exported to a .reg file, as in running the following command within a CMD.exe shell window:
REG EXPORT HKCU\Software\SimonTatham\PuTTY\Sessions %USERPROFILE%\Documents\ptty.reg
The exported putty registry file is then parsed and SecureCRT sessions are created from supported configuration settings.
To ensure that any pre-existing sessions of the same name are not overwritten, imported sessions are stored in SecureCRT's Session Manager within a new folder named:
A log file of the import operation is written to the Desktop folder for easy review.
Last edited by jdev; 02-17-2017 at 02:23 PM. Reason: Added superputty import script
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