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Windows 10 (64 bit), Emacs 25.1

When I want to connect to remote Windows machine (via VPN) I use the next steps:

  • Start application OpenVPN and success connect
  • Start msc (Remote Desktop Connection)
  • Input ip address (193.178.6.32)

As result I success connect to remote Windows machine. OK.

So I want to connect to same remote Windows machine by Emacs.

My steps in Emacs:

  • Find file (C-x C-f)
  • /193.178.6.32:

But I get error on buffer tramp/pscp 193.178.6.32

plink   -ssh -t 193.178.6.32 " env 'TERM=dumb' 'PROMPT_COMMAND=' 'PS1=#$ ' /bin/sh " && exit || exit
FATAL ERROR: Network error: Connection timed out

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Tramp does not support connecting a remote MS Windows host from a local MS Windows host.

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  • IMHO, a Windows host running KpyM ssh daemon might allow TRAMP connections to it because KpyM is both Windows native and totally SSH compliant. I've tried tramping to a Windows box running KpyM ssh daemon and it failed on the last step, it said: tramp-open-shell # Opening remote shell ‘/bin/sh’...failed It looks to be about sh.exe not being available on the host. I reckon if I can make sh.exe run on the host when ssh connection is made, then I think Tramp would work, too.
    – Terry
    Feb 7, 2021 at 20:32
  • Perhaps it would work. I don't know whether sh.exe is compatible to POSIX shells (that's mandatory), but even in case: there are several other commands needed on the remote side to make Tramp happy. Feb 8, 2021 at 9:32

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