You can use xming and X11 forwarding in
From http://acs.newpaltz.edu/linux/help/xming :
To run Xming:
Launch Xming. An Xming icon will appear in the Windows system tray. Xming does not require additional configuration.
In the left menu pane, expand the "SSH" option under "Connection".
Select "X11", and the options controlling SSH X11 forwarding will appear.
Check the box to enable X11 forwarding, and enter ":0.0" for the X display location.
Go back to the "Session" category, enter the server information, and open the session.
You should now be able to launch graphical applications such as "gedit" from the command line.
If you wish to open multiple applications in multiple windows, append "&" to the end of the command to allow the execution of
You may need to specify a different display number.
See: Is there a command to list all open displays on a machine?
However if you are looking for only an ssh session, then putty should work. When you login you can setup a
If you get logged off after some time you can then:
List the screen session:
bob@bob-p7-1298c:~/Desktop/scripts/SG-bash_amazon$ screen -ls
There are screens on:
13091.pts-25.bob-p7-1298c (11/27/2014 09:52:29 PM) (Detached)
11763.pts-8.bob-p7-1298c (11/27/2014 06:44:40 PM) (Detached)
2 Sockets in /var/run/screen/S-bob.
And pick the sessions back up by:
screen -x 13091
screen -x 11763