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.
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
This article demonstrates how to transfer and manage files using the HTML and Java Applet interfaces available via your web browser. MFTExpress is a hosted SaaS managed file transfer solution that greatly simplifies file transfers.
This video demonstrates how to use URL Branding on JSCAPE MFT Server. Branding allows you to customize pages seen in the web user interface by providing users with a unique login URL.
This video demonstrates how to set up Directory Monitors on JSCAPE MFT Server.
This video shows how to create reports on JSCAPE MFT Server. Reports can show all sorts of useful statistics on your server.
Public Key Authentication (PKA) is a more secure way to authenticate to a server than just using passwords. If you're security conscious (and who shouldn't be?) you'll want to enable it on your server for SFTP. Using PKA involves a little more effort during the set up phase than just passwords, but it's worth it for the added security.
This video demonstrates how to set up JSCAPE MFT Server to use another instance as a failover server. A failover server is useful in environments where you need high availability of services.
This video shows how to set up and use OpenPGP in JSCAPE MFT Server. OpenPGP allows you to encrypt and decrypt files for increased security. If you haven't already, you may want to watch Installing Additional Libraries Needed for OpenPGP/SFTP Ciphers on JSCAPE MFT Server.
This video demonstrates how to tag content via the web interface in JSCAPE MFT Server. Tagged content is a way to categorize files and makes them easier to find.
This video demonstrates how to email large files with MFTExpress. You simply upload the file, and then an email is sent out to recipients with download links. There are a number of advantages over using a traditional email client to send large files, which you might want to read about in 3 Reasons NOT to Email Large Files.