I can connect to Linux machines from Windows using PuTTY/SSH. I want to do the other way round - connect to a Windows machine from Linux.
Is this possible?
It depends on how you want to connect. You can create shares on the Windows machine and use smb/cifs to connect to the share.
The syntax would depend based on if you are in a domain or not.
You also have the ability to mount the
There is always:
With the last 3 you need to install additional software.
VNC can be run from a stand-alone binary or installed.
For RDP most Linux systems either already have
Yes, you can connect to Windows Machine from Linux client. But for that you have to host some kind of server(i.e. telnet, ssh, ftp or any other kind of server) on Windows machine and you should have the corresponding client on the Linux.
Maybe you would like to give RDP or software like teamviewer a try. Also you could install cygwin on your windows machine and configure it for ssh access, so you'd get a shell as you know it from linux when you connect by ssh.