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From: Tony Moran (focus-msayahuasca.net)
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 19:14:33 CDT
Hi there, I would use SSH to provide SFTP services. You can use
SSH1 which is free, but you would be better to get the (F-Secure)
commercial version 2 (SSH2). The SFTP Client provides a nice GUI
with panes showing remote and local directory structure. You can
then using the F-Secure SSH2 server and optionally :
Limit which users can access
Limit access to only a directory and its sub-directories (eg. C:\SSH\SFTP-Files)
Use Public/Private keys to provide high-grade authentication.
You can then also set up automated SCP (secure copy) transfers if you wish from
your clients. You then also have available to you a means of tunnelling all
tcp connections (for example POP or VNC) to the Windows SSH server using
On Thu, 17 May 2001, Adrian Beauchamp wrote:
> Hello group,
> I am interested to hear some opinions from people regarding alternatives to
> installing IIS on WIN NT 4 systems requiring occassional FTP access.
> freeware / shareware and especially somewhat compact in build?
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