Re: [Clip] Upload to password-protected dir
- I didn't you could upload to a password-protected dir without the
password and username somewhere, so, yes, that helped a lot. Thank you!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Larry Hamilton <lmh@h...> wrote:
> There is an FTP Library that comes with NoteTab that uses the ftp.exe
> built into all versions of Windows. It allows you to save or specify
> username and password for FTP.
> If you have a directory that is password protected to web surfers, that
> does not stop the FTP protocol, the FTP username and password "go
> behind" what is visible to web browsers.
> If you are trying to use the ftp functionality of Internet Explorer,
> will find a lot of frustration. I have not seen it work consistently in
> years of trying.
> Firefox has a nice ftp extension called fire FTP.
> On Windows I use the free Filezilla ftp program.
> I also created an outline of FTP commands and other notes a few years
> ago, that I still find helpful on my NoteTab pages:
> There is also a link to the outline itself, if you want to download it.
> I hope this helps.
> Larry Hamilton
> Kairos Computer Solutions
> Sales Affiliate for Grisoft Anti-Virus
> brainceee wrote:
> >I can ftp files to a dir on my server, but what's the syntax to use to
> >upload to a user/password-protected folder? Via a script presumably...
> >but I have no idea how to set it up.
> >Can anybody help me out, please?