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    Remote onto CentOS 5 Webserver

    Hi,

    Bit of a noob question, but i was wondering if anyone knew the best way to remotely manage a webserver running CentOS 5

    We are using the inst with no GUI, and dont like to keep going down to the server itself.

    I thought maybe you could do this using Telnet/SSH? it also needs to keep the server secure

    Many Thanks

    James.

    EDIT: Ah sorry, using PuTTY and that seemed to work.
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