That's the issue of this article.
Here is how to do:
- Create on the desktop a shortcut to Putty.exe
- Right click on the shortcut, select "properties" and edit the target attribute
"C:\ProgramFiles\putty.exe" email@example.com -pw YourPassword
"C:\ProgramFiles\putty.exe" is the correct path of your putty.exe file
"root" to the user you would use to login to your remote server
"188.8.131.52" is the remote server IP
"YourPassword" is the correct password.
- Click "Apply" then "OK" to commit the change.
Now simply double-click on your new shortcut and you'll be logged on your server.