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I'm using Core FTP Pro V2.1. I have set a lot of website FTP credentials on my instance. I'm going to reinstall my Windows, so I'm wondering: how I can back up all those settings and restore them on the newly installed Windows?

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For those who have the same problem, I found this solution:

For backing up go to "Site Manager" (Site Menu -> Site Manager), right-click on area and in the context-menu chose "Export".

This way you can save your "Site setting credentials" on your Hard disk.

For Restoring do the same but in the context-menu chose "Import".

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Yeah, sounds good only the program exports the file without an extension, and thus isnt able to import them, either. No workee at allee. – user130716 Apr 27 '12 at 17:20
Despite the fact that there is no file extension, it doesn't matter. The export/import worked perfectly for me, took 1 minute! (using the free version Core FTP LE, version 2.2 – user151637 Aug 11 '12 at 1:06

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