Change the default telnet client

Enable handling of telnet://hostname:port/ URLs on the command line. With this feature, you can now set PuTTY as the default handler for Telnet URLs. If you run the Registry Editor and set the value in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\telnet\shell\open\command to be "\path\to\putty.exe %1" (with the full pathname of your PuTTY executable), you should find that clicking on telnet links in your web browser now runs PuTTY.


Kunama zei…
Actually, it'll work better if the quotes don't include the %1. eg. "c:\putty.exe" %1

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS!! I have been looking for the correct registry key to change -all day-.
Anoniem zei…
Thanks ;)

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