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Pages:
  
1.Welcome
2.Understanding User Interface
3.Using Auto FTP Manager
 
Create or Edit Connection Profile
SFTP Settings
Automated Profile
Automated Transfer Rules
Connection-Profile Information
Add Filters
Scheduled Profiles
Import Profiles
Export Profiles
Command Line Interface
4.Application Settings
5.Active and Passive Connection Mode
6.Protocol
7.SSL Certificate
8.FTP Return Codes
9.Resources
 

Auto FTP Manager 6.15


Using Auto FTP Manager

This section explains how to perform basic operations like adding or editing different types of profiles.

  • Adding a Profile: The first step to is to add a profile.  Auto FTP Manager helps you to work with both Quick Connect Profiles and Automated Profiles.  There are a few ways to add a profile:
    • From File Menu, click on New Connection Profile.
    • On Connection Profile Panel, click Create Connection profile or click on the '+' button when the Conection Profile Panel is Collapsed. 
    • Use shortcut key Ctrl + N
  • Editing Profile: To update the connection settings, select Edit Profile.  Here are the different ways to edit a profile:
    • On Connection Profile Panel, right click on Quick Connnect Profile or Automated Profile and select Edit Profile
    • From Profiles Menu, click on Edit Profile.
    • From Profile Information page, click on Edit profile properties. 
    • On File Managers Tab, right click on Quick Connnect Profile or Automated Profile and select Edit Profile. 
  • Automated Profile: Set Auto FTP Manager to transfer automatically using this type of profile. 
  • Automated Transfer rules: Transfer files, Synchronize or delete the files by adding Conflict Resolution rules. 
  • Add Filters: Choose the type of files that needs to be selected for transfer in Automated Profiles or Schedule. 
  • Scheduled Profiles: Schedule the profile to begin the transfer at specified time. 
  • Import Profiles:Import the connection Settings from the older version of Auto FTP Manager. 
  • Export Profiles: Take the backup of the Profiles with the respective settings. 
  • Command line interface: Interact with the application by issuing the commands in the Windows Command line. 


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