How do I access an MSI Unix server from my Windows machine?

To access a Unix-based server from Windows using the command line you need to install a terminal application such as PuTTy or Cygwin. Terminal applications such as PuTTy allow users to interact with the remote Unix command line. Refer to MSI's PuTTY configuration instructions for configuration details, including support for X-window tunneling through

To access a Unix-based server in a way that includes good performance graphics forwarding, use the NICE connection system.