Are you enduring the lack of SSH access to remote Windows servers?
Do you frequently use Windows Terminal Services client (Start > Run >
mstsc.exe has a little known configuration option to quickly login to remote servers using your current host/local login. This setting uses Kerberos delegation and group policy under the hood.
Here is a simulated screenshot of how
mstsc would look when my current login can be delegated to a remote server named mysever.datacenter.example.com:
Start > Run > gpedit.msc
Local Computer Policy >
Computer Configuration >
Administrative Templates >
Allow Delegating Default Credentials
Set the state to
In the options, click the
Show button for add servers to list
TERMSRV/*.datacenter.example.com for any server in the
datacenter.example.com subdomain, or enter
TERMSRV/myserver.datacenter.example.com for a single server.
Note: This setting assumes your workstation and servers are part of the same AD forest, and that your current login has terminal server access to the remote server.
See MSDN "How to enable Single Sign-On for my Terminal Server connections".