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Download the PuTTY zip package and extract it to an appropriate location, if necessary. We have placed PuTTY in C:\PuTTY for this tutorial.

If necessary, construct the command that will establish your SSH tunnel using PuTTY's command line utility, Plink.exe. For example, after consulting the Plink command line documentation, we decided to use this command to open up a tunnel from port 8022 on the local machine to port 80 on our web server at www.coretechnologies.com:Plink.exe -ssh -2 -L localhost:8022: -l -pw

Note: Passing the password on the command line as above is insecure! For real-world environments, we recommend setting up a PuTTY saved session or storing your private key in Pageant as described in the PuTTY documentation.

Start AlwaysUp.

Select Application > Add to open the Add Application window:

On the General tab:

    In the Application field, enter the full path to PuTTY's command line executable, PLINK.EXE. Since we have placed PuTTY in C:\PuTTY, this is:C:\PuTTY\PLINK.EXE

    In the Arguments field, enter the parameters to Plink identified in step 2.

    In the Name field, enter the name that you will call the application in AlwaysUp. We have specified PuTTY but you can specify another name if you like.

Click over to the Logon tab and enter the user name and password of the account where you have run your Plink command successfully - probably the one you are logged in to right now! AlwaysUp will run Plink in this account so that it can find its settings, saved host keys, etc.

Click over to the Startup tab and check the Ensure that the Windows Networking components have started box. This informs AlwaysUp that PuTTY needs the network to be fully available to do its work.

Click the Save > button. In a couple of seconds, an application called PuTTY will show up in the AlwaysUp window. It is not yet running though.

To start PuTTY from AlwaysUp, choose Application > Start "PuTTY". The state should transition to Running after a few seconds and the tunnel should be established as expected:

That's it! Next time your computer boots, your SSH tunnel will come up immediately, without anyone needing to log on. Please restart your PC now and test that everything works as expected after Windows reboots.

And please feel free to edit PuTTY in AlwaysUp to check out the many other settings that may be appropriate for your environment. For example, send email alerts if it stops, hide the console, boost Plink's priority, etc.

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