Yeah! Windows will allow an BSD encrypted telnet service! Some ISP will block VPN; so ssh has been great access to command line and moving files around (via scp). I rarely (like cannot ever remember doing except in scripting) using scp or rcp. On Android/Amazon, ghost commander is my favorite tool; for Unix/Windows console my goto was/is FileZilla. puTTY is the terminal tool. I found FileZilla v2.2.32 works great puTTY virtual connections.
But, I've had sshd running on my Windows Servers (2003, SBS, WHS) for years using freeSSHd. I don't understand what the PowerShell Team finds "However, there are limited implementations customers can deploy in Windows production environments."
Anyway, great the new Microsoft will support OpenSSH, an BSD service!