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Given that PuTTY is generally pretty damn nifty I'm willing to possibly lay the blame on something else (for example, XP itself. Or a a peice of Virtual Desktop software I'm running called Virtual Dimension) hwoever the hate still stands with ... with SOMETHING DAMMIT. And it smells like this. The only way you can close a Putty session is by exiting the shell or by killing the process in the Task Manager. This is retarded. If I lose my network connection then when I regain it to close all the inactive windows I have to go to each of them, restart the session then type exit. GRAAAGAGGAGAGAGH. This is especially irritating when I've still got my connections open to other machines on the same LAN or the Xen instance I'm running on my machine because my shortcut of firing up the Task Manager and hitting kill process is nigh on impossible because the process name doesn't have the host I'm connected to in it. KILL! MURDER! DEATH!
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