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I have 3 -4 computers where i have to do work. I hvae to install ftp on all computers and then manually add all the sites info there.

IN firefox i use xmarks which solves my problem for bokmarks and password.

Now is there any FTP software for windows which stores its sites info , passowrd from internet or atleast synchronises with internet so that i don't have to manually add all the sites on all computers


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I would guess this could be accomplished by using the same FTP client across machines and syncing their config file via Dropbox. If they use a config file and not the registry (if it was on Windows), that is.

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Which is the best ftp for that purpose. I use TurboFTP , don't know about config file – Mirage Feb 12 '10 at 2:02
Well, I don't really know that I'm all that qualified to recommend the best FTP client that uses config files (I'm not a pro but I do use FTP sometimes), but I use FileZilla and it keeps its config files in C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\FileZilla under XP. You could polk around in those kinds of folders on your computer to see if TurboFTP uses config files and where it keeps them if it does. – Nathaniel Feb 12 '10 at 2:31
+1 FileZilla, if you wanted a copy of JungleDisk will do selective folder syncing for you. I use it to keep my SecureCRT and Filezilla sync'd across all of my computers. – Urda Feb 12 '10 at 3:06

Dropbox is a good one . usr/pass problem, you can use lastpass >. It's really good :)

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