This video describes the Virtual File System on JSCAPE MFT Server and jailed users accounts, which is a feature that increases security.
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
Streamlined FTP Command Extensions is a proposal for 5 new FTP commands. I stress the word proposal, because it seems to have been abandoned, and would not progress to Internet Standard without a good deal of effort. That said, there was a decent amount of interest in at least some of the commands. I'm going to quote liberally from it for some of the descriptions.
Standard FTP already has the REST command, which allows the starting point of a file transfer to be specified:
FTP is quite a stable protocol. It's been used for nearly 4 decades to transfer files. FTP is defined in a series of RFCs (Internet Standards or specifications that describe how to implement the protocol) which are published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), a standards developing organization.
Many different specifications (RFCs) over the long history of FTP describe its official implementation. FTP is about 40 years old, but there are about 10 "newer" specifications written over the last 25 years that implementors need to take into account, only some of which are linked to each other. You might not find them, even if you know what you're looking for! :)
FTP originated at a time before virtual hosting, where multiple servers are hosted on a single IP address but with different domain names. On the Internet, multiple domain names may resolve to a single IP address.
This video describes database and LDAP (Active Directory) authentication modules for JSCAPE MFT Server.
Demonstrates how to enable multi-lingual support in JSCAPE MFT Server. This feature is perfect for organizations who need to support multiple languages in the web interface.