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I want to upload a folder (including subfolders and files) to a remote machine.

I can connect with putty via SSH.

How can I upload my folder? What is the easiest way to do so?

EDIT: How about a tool for Linux?

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Winscp - It has a two pane interface, and works fairly simply. Just remember to pick scp as your protocol.

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If you have SSH, you also have SCP (Secure CoPy)

It is a fantastic tool for copying files. Its a very simple syntax as well.

If your not CLI inclined, Putty also has a tool called PSCP.

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+1, although PuTTY's PSCP is a command line utility. – Mike Fitzpatrick Feb 10 '11 at 22:21
    
@Mike Fitzpatrik, sorry, I thought it was.. your right, I have been using WinSCP for so long with putty, I just thought it was the putty tool! oops. Bonus points for the Journeyman geek! – Brian Feb 11 '11 at 22:21

For Linux, you can use the scp command line tool which connects via the same interface as ssh. To send the entire local directory foo including sub directories, use a commandline like

scp -r localfolder username@remoteserver:

This would upload localfolder to your home directory on remoteserver

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