In this video, we’ll show you how to use - Groups. A group is a named set of virtual directories and file system permissions that may be assigned to zero or more user accounts. This is useful in the event you wish to manage file transfer permissions for multiple users based on user roles.Read More
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
In today’s video we’ll show you how to configure JSCAPE MFT Server so that it automates the process of downloading zip files from a trading partner and then unzipping them upon arrivalRead More
In today’s video, we’ll teach you how to use the Banned Files feature. This feature gives you the ability to block certain files from being uploaded by users.
To specify which files to block, you use what are known as regular expressions. We’ve already discussed regular expressions in a couple of blog posts, so just click the links below to know more about them.
In this video, we’ll show you how to set up URL Branding. URL branding allows you to specify one or more custom login pages when using the web interface. This is useful in shared environments where you have several customers or users accessing a single domain but you want each one to have their own custom logo displayed.Read More
This video demonstrates how to automate backups of JSCAPE MFT Server configuration data using triggers.Read More
In this video, we’ll teach you how to automate file transfer processes using triggers. Triggers provide a much easier way of automating file transfer processes. Normally, file transfer automation is done by writing scripts or batch files.Read More
Today, we’ll talk about logging configuration on JSCAPE MFT Server. Logs are used for debugging or troubleshooting. It’s also where the MFT Server gets information for generating reports regarding the file transfer activities on your server. JSCAPE MFT Server logs all domain activity either to a log directory or to a JDBC accessible databaseRead More
WebDAV is a protocol primarily used for web content authoring operations but can also be used for transferring files. In this video, we'll show you how to use WebDAV through a web browser and through a WebDAV-enabled file transfer client (AnyClient). We'll also show you how to set up a WebDAV service on JSCAPE MFT Server.Read More
Last time, we tackled the problem system administrators encounter when their passive FTP or FTPS connections have to pass through a NAT firewall or router. A similar problem can happen when you're dealing with the same type of connections and a reverse proxy. It gets even more complicated when you have to deal with both external and internal users. Let me show you how to deal with that.Read More