In this blog post, I will show you how to import and export Putty configuration and connections on Windows 10.
I use Putty a lot to machine Linux and Docker hosts using SSH.
Because I have multiple machine, sometime it easier to copy the configuration than create a new one.
I will start the export process on a Windows 10 machine by searching for Registry Editor from the search menu.
From the Registry Editor, I will open the following hive.
After finding the hive, I will right click on it and select Export.
I will save it on my machine and copy it to the target machine.
On my target machine where I will import the configuration and connections, I will right-click on the file and click on Merge.
Note: You need to install Putty first on the target machine.