Using SSH with PowerShell
Microsoft announced that they will support SSH using PowerShell in Windows 10. Until now Microsoft has a good solution for this, there is a third party solutions called Posh-SSH. To use SSH in PowerShell you first have to install the Posh-SSH PowerShell Module from the PowerShell Gallery. Make sure you are running Windows 10 or you have the Windows Management Framework 5 installed.
You can now find the Posh-SSH Module and install it:
You now have several PowerShell SSH cmdlets available:
Now you can create a new SSH Session using the following cmdlet (Password based authentication)
New-SSHSession -ComputerName "thomasmaurer.azure.cloudapp.net" -Credential (Get-Credential)
You can now simply run commands against this session or use SCP to copy files.
Invoke-SSHCommand -Index 0 -Command "uname"