Missing FTP Server Profile in CC's "Direct FTP"


Registered User
6 posts

I am trying to get going with "Direct FTP."

I am able to click on the "Servers" icon and get the little "My Servers" pallette as shown on page 7 of the "Help PDF." I complete it and click "OK."

But I can't seem to find the larger "My Servers" pallette shown at the top of page 8, which I need to enter the "Server Name" to complete the set up an FTP server profile.

Am I completely retarted? HELP!


VP of Software Development
27,369 posts

You have to click the "More options" link in the bottom right-hand corner. That will expand the dialog and will show those additional options.
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Senior Advisor
13,647 posts

Click on "Severs" then click on the server you want to edit. Now click on the more options near the bottom right hand side of that window. It's hidden pretty good.:)
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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examples of what can be accomplished in VSD.
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Here's my CoffeeCup SCCP Shop with examples of what can be done.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/shop/
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Registered User
4 posts

I appreciate ya'lls help; however I absolutely cannot see any "More Options" in the bottom right-hand corner. I've attached a screen capture (as a JPEG) of what I am seeing.
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VP of Software Development
27,369 posts

Ron Hancock wrote:
I appreciate ya'lls help; however I absolutely cannot see any "More Options" in the bottom right-hand corner. I've attached a screen capture (as a JPEG) of what I am seeing.

That is an S-Drive connection. The options you are looking for only apply to an FTP connection. Click the Green +.
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Registered User
4 posts

Thanks... got it.

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