Thanks to the object-oriented design of FtpScripter, it’s very easy to write a script to act as a “proxy” and transfer files between two remote file servers, even if such file servers don’t support the same protocol. In the following example we transfer files from a FTP to a SFTP server, using the FtpScripter client as an intermediate point between the two. Continue reading
Depending on the operating system, you can find your FtpScripter configuration files in different locations (by default).
If you’re running Windows XP or 2003 they are in:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\FtpScripter\
If you’re running Windows Vista, 2008, 7, 2012, or 8, they are in:
C:\ProgramData\FtpScripter\ Continue reading
Installing FtpScripter on your computer is fairly easy. Just download the installer to your download folder (or anywhere else on your computer, like your desktop for instance) and double-click on it.
After accepting the license agreement and clicking the “Next” button few times, the installer will deploy FtpScripter onto your local computer.
After more than 1 year of development, the first public beta version of FtpScripter is finally available for download.
Everybody is welcome to join our beta program, and send feedback and bug reports. If a bug is confirmed, the submitter will receive a free license when FtpScripter is officially released (after the beta-test phase is over).