This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by email@example.com (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.
William Cheung (firstname.lastname@example.org) has developed a program called
WinRSH/WinRSH32 - Remote Shell for Windows 1.6
This is an eighth release of WinRSH - Remote Shell for Windows
The following details what are fixed/improved in this version:
1. Added a message bar to display messages internal to WinRSH.
2. Fixed occasional screen garbling bugs.
3. Disconnection from the remote host is now more responsive.
4. Fixed a bug in not able to check the "Log to File" menu once it
5. The source code is now distributed as part of WinRSH in the SRC
directory under the GNU licenses and agreements.
For those who don't know what WinRSH is...
WinRSH contains a very simple user interface to allow a Window's
user to run a program remotely on your workstation using either the
RSH daemon or the REXEC daemon. The results of the remote execution
are then displayed in a scrollable window.
The following is an excerpt from readme.txt included in the
WinRSH - Remote Shell for Windows 1.6
WinRSH32 - Remote Shell for Windows 1.6
Written by William Cheung (email@example.com)
Copyright (C) 1994 William Cheung
All Rights Reserved.
WinRSH/WinRSH32 is free software; you can redistribute it in its entirety
in any form you like. If you find any bugs, feel free to send me an
email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please read "license.txt" for GNU licensing
information. If you have added new features to WinRSH, please send me
all the source code modifications, including the version of WinRSH that
you are based on. Your additions may benefit other users.
o An IBM-PC or compatible computer using 386 or above CPU with at
least 4 MB RAM.
o Window Socket installed properly.
o A host supporting at least one of RSH or REXEC daemon.
You can now ftp WinRSH from datacom.ee.ubc.ca [220.127.116.11]. Login
as an anonymous user and change directory to /pub/pc/winsock. The
file is called wrsh16.zip.