How to use the git bash “ssh” functionality in cmd.exe

I am able to use git from my windows terminal since i have added git to its PATH. I can do “git pull”, “git push” etc. straight from the terminal, but i somehow can’t use the ssh feature, which only works in the git bash terminal.
Is it possible to use the git bash “ssh” command in the windows terminal? if so, how?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “How to use the git bash “ssh” functionality in cmd.exe”

    On my computer, ssh is located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\ssh.exe . However, that is the same location as git.exe, so if you system is the same, your PATH reference should work.

    Alternatively, you could download any of the many Windows based ssh clients . I like putty, but any of them will do.

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