Ubuntu auto start ssh server

Having to setup an Ubuntu server recently, all the CentOS commands had to get thrown out the Window.
Before i could put the server into the rack i had to make sure sshd started if the server ever reset.
Below is the following command to add ssh to the default startup.

It actually updates the rc.d scripts so probably also adds shutdown scripts to the unneeded run levels

sudo update-rc.d ssh defaults

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