Originally Posted by Q
From a systems administration perspective, it would be glorious to have SSH built in. On our Solaris systems, its a godsend to not have to VNC into a damn machine to do simple file level actions. Plus, current free Windows SSH products (that can be used in the enterprise) are rare and hard to configure at best.
Great point, Q. Just today I had an issue with a Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server that's RDP access went on the fritz. I had enabled Telnet just the other day to test something and thank GOODNESS I left that gaping security hole open. I was able to restart a few services and restore remote access. Of course, with native SSH access I could keep a secure line open all the time.