I have a ssh server on my Windows 10 computer at home and when I set up a reverse tunnel from my Windows 10 work computer with PuTTY with this command:
putty.exe -ssh user@xxxxxxxxxx -R 9999:localhost:3389
I can use remote desktop at home and log into my work computer.
This works until I move the PuTTY window, then my local window freezes. The workaround is to do not touch that window, but that is very annoying. Is this a known problem?
To make it clear: only the window on my home computer in which I'm viewing my work computer (the remote desktop window) freezes. Everything else on my home computer works fine and when I ask my colleague who is at work to look at my work computer he says that he can see the PuTTY window with a message that the connection is lost. He is able to close PuTTY and reconnect to my home computer with the above command and everything works again until I accidentally click the PuTTY window again.