I have a Windows 10 PC that I use to ssh to our local computing clusters for various tasks.
I run a command like:
ssh -X </my user name>@</our IP address>
The computing cluster is linux based (new to this). It is very easy to set an alias/macro/hotkey/ by opening your .bashrc with vi and adding something like:
alias login="ssh -X </my user name>@</our IP address>"
and then when I type ‘login’ in the terminal, it just works.
Is there an easy equivalent to this in Windows? I found something here before which required pinning my command prompt to the task bar and then editing some file (forget which) with the simple command and it just worked. I can’t find that solution right now.
Source: Windows Questions