I dont agree with the OpenSSH installation on Windows.
People like Windows cause its a generally easy operating system to use for a non-techy person. The whole Linux based system of using the command prompt to specify which user or groups can access your so called "server" is utter bullshit because for one thing it adds to the things the user would have to learn to use the operating system. Linux is a complicated operating system. Most of the tutorials on Youtube are HOURS long. Lastly and more importantly, WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO HAVE ANYONE OR ANY OTHER GROUP TO ACCESS YOUR MACHINE? Absolute privacy on a machine should be standard. Windows has been an easy to use operating system. I have used Linux and I hate it. They say its security is the best but it doesnt make any sense if you have to go in your system and manually modify the "permissions" to restrict other users to read, write, or execute files in your server. Please think about removing OpenSSH and implementing a better security approach.