FTPGetter 3 Portable
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000|
|File size:||4.79 MB|
Publisher description for FTPGetter 3 Portable
FTPGetter is an automated FTP program which is intended to upload or download files between ftp servers and your local or network workstation drives using file masks, i.e. when neither exact file names, nor their numbers are known. File Batch processing using masks will allow you to flexibly adjust list of files that are to be uploaded to the ftp server or downloaded from it. Built-in task scheduler will duly start the tasks that you created. FTPGetter can work simultaneously with any number of ftp servers using multithreaded processing technology. FTPGetter supports a direct connection to ftp servers, as well as connection through a FTP, SOCKS or HTTP proxy server. Managing Profiles of ftp servers Create and manage ftp servers profiles. Browse ftp servers with FTP Explorer The main window of FTPGetter contains list of profiles of ftp servers, file exchange is performed with and a window for displaying program activity log. Using main menu or toolbar you can create new ftp server profiles, edit existing ones, Review the server you are interested in using FTP Explorer, manually start performance of tasks of the chosen profile, edit program common settings. FTPGetter can perform tasks of several profiles simultaneously by virtue of multithread technology. Creation and editing of ftp server profile Profile properties: ftp, ftp over ssl, proxy settings, files upload and download tasks, scheduler settings All data on server you need to perform work with automatically is stored in the server profile and grouped into three sections. Connection settings - server address, user name and password, used protocol, used proxy-server settings, log file settings. FTP tasks - list of files that are necessary to be downloaded from the server to your computer or uploaded to the ftp server from your computer. FTP task - scheduler will help you define schedule for performing the created tasks: what weekdays they should be performed, processing start-up and finish time.