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How to enable telnet on windows 10 PC Video tutorials
Telnet is one of the famous network protocol widely used to manage network devices and other equipment that support this protocol. If you are a system or network administrator, I’m sure that you know the importance of having telnet client utility on your Windows 8.1 or latest Windows 10 desktop and laptop. For some strange security reasons, latest Windows versions do not come with installed telnet client. By default you can’t use Windows 10 or 8.1 to connect other network devices without installing telnet clients. Here is a simple guide about how to install and enable telnet on latest Windows 10 and earlier Windows 8/8.1.
telnet is not a good chose to control a system over the internet. Because it is not secure and the communication is occurred on a non encrypted mode. If you want to secure Telnet communications, you must do it with Internet security protocol (IPSec). Securing telnet is out of scope of this topic, we simply enable telnet in Windows 10 client and Windows Servers. It work the same on Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, 8 and Windows 8.1.
Enable Telnet In Windows 10 Client Side
Firstly, we must enable telnet in Windows 10 and next on Windows Server. To work perfectly, telnet client must installed on client side and telnet Server must be installed on Server side. In order to enable telnet, go to control panel -> Programs and Features -> and click Turn Windows Features on or off.
For an expert it is a very long way, so just type “optionalfeatures” on the Run and press enter to open Windows Features page.
On the Windows Features page, tick the Telnet Client and click on to install it. It take a minute and when the installation complete successfully, close the page. That is it, Telnet installed successfully on Windows 10.