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OpenSSH, SFTP, and NT

John Abreau wrote:

> I'm curious how others handle this. Does everyone with NT users go with
> the commercial ssh2 server? Do you just stick with plain FTP for file
> transfers?

What I'd *like* to do, but it hasn't worked yet, is replace FTP w/
WebDAV.  You can apparently use NT's Web Folders w/ WebDAV, but I
haven't gotten that to work.  I got a Linux client running o.k., though.

Then just use https.  And the same file management tools in NT that
people already know.

WebDAV just went gold (1.0 release), but I think they may still have
some kinks to work out.  Or maybe I do...


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