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Map FTP folder to folder on different FTP server

In my team we work a lot with FTP. We upload and download files from several different servers daily. Currently every member of the team manages access credentials to each FTP server locally on their ...
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0answers
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Create new FTP user on IIS, in Windows 7 [duplicate]

I am "trying to" set up IIS, on a windows 7, professional system, as an ftp server. I have it running, thanks to following tutorial: However, I would now like to, create own users, and folders for ...
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Dead-simple FTP server for Windows? [closed]

I googled for it, tried a few of them, but I find that even the simplest I found (www.xlightftpd.com) is way too complicated. I just need this: single EXE or portable (ie. no installer, just unzip ...
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3answers
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FTP Server via command-line

Does anyone know of a FTP Server that can be run via the command line? Ideally I want a self contained server.exe file (.dll's/configs are fine) than I can set up, start/stop via the command line, ...
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2answers
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Are there any FTP servers for Windows that can automatically backup files when they are replaced by new uploads?

I am looking for an FTP server running under Windows. It should have a function that if the client uploads a file that already exists, the server can copy the old one somewhere as a backup. Any ...
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Is there an FTP (or other file transfer protocol) server which can notify a client of change? [closed]

I'm looking for an FTP-Like solution for copying backups of my mail server every 15 minutes. The only problem with having an ftp client scheduled to run every 15 mins is it reindexes the FTP server ...
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Is there a speed difference between transferring files over FTP and Samba?

I have a home network setup with a desktop PC, two laptops and a ubuntu server desktop all connected to a router (DD-WRT). I want to setup the ubuntu server on a separate subdomain (security reasons: ...