Direct FTP #5 - Post ID 221808

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I recently purchased your direct ftp product [full version] and installed with no problem. But, where I am somewhat at a loss is that the program seems to only source files on the system that Direct FTP its installed. I have a home network and want to access files on other systems to upload and update on one of many websites.

Question is Direct FTP network friendly ? and if so how ??

Thank you in advance of your cooperation !

Richard G.
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I'm going to take a stab at this, but I may be wrong. DirectFTP should access your network. On the main screen, where it lists C:\ just under the server box on the top left of the screen. There is an icon to the left of the C:\

Click that icon and all drives should be listed. Let me know if your network drives are not listed. If not, you may have to open your server configuration and select the 'more option' link and edit your 'proxy' setting to include a url, username, password for your network. Hope not. Hope the icon works. I'm not on a network right now so I really can't test this.

Check back here though and let us know if it works or not. Maybe someone on a network will pop in with more information. :cool:
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Are your network drives mapped?
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