I'm ssh'ed into a machine and logged in as a different user. Is it possible to open a few new windows that will still be ssh'ed into that same machine, still logged in as that user?
Please note, this answer assumes your local machine is OS X, which you didn't specify...
You could set up a Terminal command to do this. From the Terminal menu, choose Preferences.... On the "Settings" tab, either create a new settingh group using the + button, or duplicate one of the setting groups you like. On the "Shell" group of your new settings, enter as the command:
Now, you can open new windows or tabs by choosing the menu options Shell > New Window > Your setting name or Shell > New Tab > Your setting name.
EDIT: I see you're interested in screen. This is a great program, and I use in all the time. In fact the screenshot above is outdated. What I now have is the one above it, called "Resume Screen". The command for that one is:
This will connect to
The easiest way would be to have a local x-server and enable(*) ssh X forwarding. That way you could start any app (including a terminal) remotely and have it displayed locally.
(*) I believe it's turned on by default on most command line ssh clients