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Core FTP Pro - User Guide and FAQ

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How to schedule ftp transfers with Core FTP Pro?

Step1. Download and install Core FTP Pro.

Step2. Starting from within the Core FTP application, connect and queue FTP transfers as you normally would into the Queue Manager (by right clicking on a file and selecting 'queue').
schedule ftp transfers with Core FTP Pro

Step3. Once transfers you would like to schedule in the Queue Manager are queued, right click on the Queue Manager, and select "Schedule".
schedule ftp transfers with Core FTP Pro

Step4. The Core FTP Task Scheduler will then appear and you should see a list of your queued transfers that will now be setup for scheduled FTP transfers.
schedule ftp transfers with Core FTP Pro

Step5. (In the Task Scheduler) update the name, description, and first time you wish the task to run, and then click "Add Task". If you are using NT/200x/XP, a password is required for security reasons.

Step6. A scheduled FTP task should now appear in the task list at the top of the screen.
schedule ftp transfers with Core FTP Pro

Step7. Highlite the scheduled FTP task and then select "Freq | Details" to further set the schedule of this task to run daily, weekly, monthly or as you wish.

Step8. Exit the task scheduler.

In order for scheduled FTP tasks to run, the following rules apply:

1: The computer must be turned on.
2: The MS task scheduler must be enabled (running by default unless disabled).
3: If you are running NT4/200x/XP, make sure you have the proper permissions to run scheduled tasks. The user usually will require a password. Depending on your setup, the computer's network name may not be required (ie: No COMPUTERNAME\USER, just the USER)...

Reminder: The user and password you enter are for your account on the local computer, not your FTP server information - that information is already setup in your transfers)...

NT 4.0 Notes (does not apply to Windows 200x/XP):
1: It is recommended you use the ANSI version of Core FTP.
2: The 'offline browsing pack' must be installed from within Internet Explorer setup.

Frequently Asked Questions - Core FTP Pro

  1. What are the requirements for Core FTP?
    At least 16MB memory, 4MB disk space, Windows 95B with IE >= 4.1, Windows 98 with IE >=4.1, Windows 98SE, Windows NT 4 with service pack (SP) 6a and IE >= 4.1, Windows 2000 SP3, or Windows XP SP1

  2. Where do I enter FTP URLs?
    There are three different places. They can be entered in the dropdrown control of the above the file list, and/or the 'Hostname / IP / URL' fields on the quick connect and in the site manager.

  3. I'm confused about what SFTP is versus SSL/TLS, what is the difference?
    SFTP is an FTP protocol that runs on top of a the SSH (Secure SHell) protocol, while SSL/TLS refers to standard FTP running over a SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) connection. There is a some confusion about what SFTP is when some organizations are incorrectly using the term. They are referring to SFTP as Secure FTP, when it is actually standard FTP running over an SSL connection, and not actual SFTP. Chances are, if you are new to secure FTP, you are most likely using SSL, and not SFTP. While they are similar in terms of secure connections, they are completely different protocols. If you can't get your secure FTP connection to work, make sure SSH is unchecked, and SSL is checked when connecting to secure FTP servers.

  4. I can't seem to get a site to site transfer to work... What is wrong?
    There are a variety of reasons that will cause site to site transfers to fail. Make sure both servers allow site to site transfers, then check to see if both servers can access each other from their locations for regular downloads or uploads. More often than not, they will not be able to transfer files between each other due to network misconfiguration, router issues, firewalls, or lack of NAT support.

  5. What is the difference between 'Download' and 'Download as Path'?
    Download will transfer what you have selected and recursively list each item in the Queue. If 'Download as Path' is selected, only the path shows up in the Queue. The only difference between the two is that the 'Download as Path' won't break out all files into the Queue, it will only show the one directory. For example, instead of 1,000 files in one directory being queued, only one item will show up in the Queue instead of 1,000 individual entries.

  6. I un-installed Core FTP and now FTP doesn't work in my browser. How do I fix it?
    In versions 1.1 and earlier, browser integration did not un-install itself. It has to be turned off manually from within Core FTP under Options - General, browser integration, select NO. If you already uninstalled, reinstall, turn off browser integration, and uninstall. This has been fixed in version 1.2.

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