Finally a new entry on the Wiki! I recently went through quite an ordeal trying to get SSH access to a Windows system and eventually settled upon a solution involving Cygwin. It’s a little painful to set up but once you DO have it functional it works pretty well and without fail. The new entry is located here and includes notes about how to get remote users logged into the system if the Windows machine is part of a domain. For some strange reason it seems that the standard instructions you find by using Google/Bing/Whatever generally stop with “ssh -v localhost.” This I discovered doesn’t work when the system is attached to a domain because the domain user’s UID/GID need to be within the /etc/passwd and /etc/group files within the Cygwin environment. If you DON’T do that with the mkpasswd/mkgroup commands as noted then it simply refuses login and ends up VERY frustrating.