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Windows 7 - Google Chrome messed up my FTP settings

I accidentally installed Google Chrome, which came with an Adobe Flash Player update. I didn't need another browser as I already have Firefox, so I uninstalled Chrome. However, this seems to have ...
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Does Windows require IE to access ftp sites?

If I remove Internet Explorer from my computer, can I still access FTP sites using Windows Explorer ?
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ftp folder not opening. and the “explorer” proccess run again and again

Very strange problam... (Win 7 Pro) The ftp protocol, defined to run in Explorer.exe. When I opening ftp link (even within the windows explorer) - It's not opening anything. And in the task manager, ...
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How to open files (music, videos) from FTP directly from Explorer ( Windows Vista)

I have two computers. On the first I have Debian and on the second I have Windows Vista. I've set up vsftpd in Debian and connected to it from Vista. I'm browsing the FTP directory from Windows ...
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Why does DEP kill IE when accessing Microsoft FTP?

I start up IE (9.0.8112.16421) with about:blank and I go to ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/ I press Alt, click View and then Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer. At this point IE stops responding and ...
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how many channels does windows explorer use for ftp

I did google for that information, but couldn't find any helpful resources. If it would use multiple channels it would be nice, but I dont know and currently have no network sniffer installed.
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How to set List view as the default FTP view in Windows Explorer?

When I use Windows Explorer to browse a FTP site, it defaults to Tiles view. I need it to default to List view. I don't see a registry setting, and the standard [Tools -> Folder Options... -> View -> ...
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Accessing the root directory through Windows Explorer FTP?

How do I navigate to the root directory of a Linux FTP server through Windows Explorer? In Windows 7 (not sure about Windows XP), you can click the URL bar and type in ftp://user@hostname, which will ...
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How Windows Explorer FTPs a Linux Server

I just discovered that Windows Explorer can act as a simple FTP client, and used it (instead of my "norm" - FileZilla) to FTP into my linux server. I am wondering if Samba plays any role in this - ...
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SFTP shortcut direct from desktop

I'm looking for an open-source application which would allow me to map a desktop shortcut to my webserver and allow file transfers in the same way as drag and drop in Windows Explorer. The connection ...
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In WIN XP how to set default FTP application to be Explorer

How I can tell my Win XP to again opening FTP folders trough normal explorer. Since Internet Explorer 7 my windows do not opening links of ftp sites trough normal file windows explorer.
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FTP from Windows Explorer in active mode?

I'd like to use Windows Explorer to connect to an FTP site in active move. Where and what do I have to configure to enable this?
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From an FTP location in Explorer, why have files started launching Internet Explorer windows instead of opening?

On Windows XP, when my coworker is browsing to an FTP site, the files are listed. As it happens, these are all .CSV files that we want to open in Excel 2007. Until recently, when double-clicking or ...
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Why is Windows Explorer a lot slower than FileZilla when doing FTP transfers?

I created an FTP mapped drive on Windows 7 "add network location". It works fine except for one problem. The file transfer rate is way slower than FileZilla. Same local machine, same remote server, ...
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How to make shortcut to ftp site open in windows explorer not IE

Running windows7 i have a shortcut to an FTP site. When you make this shortcut and point it to a location like ftp://127.0.0.1/ it automatically defaults to opening in Internet Explorer. This is not ...
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Setting up FTP via Windows Explorer on Windows 7

I can't see how to do this on windows 7 http://kb.mediatemple.net/questions/516/Setting+up+FTP+via+Windows+Explorer Click on Add Network Place.
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Using GUI ftp on Windows 7 and Vista without additional software

Goal: provide a 'no-software' method for 'less technical' users to access password protect ftp location from Windows 7 and Vista (existing approach for Windows XP works). 'No software' method to ...
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How do I connect to ftp site in Windows Explorer

I've tried to use Windows Explorer (in Windows 7) to connect to a remote FTP site, but when I try to connect Windows says that The server name or address cannot be resolved If I try with ftp ...
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KDE's dolphin for Windows

I like using KDE's Dolphin on Linux. Two important things that it can do are: Open FTP and other locations like regular folders, including opening files for editing Split the explorer window into ...