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WS_FTP Professional 2007

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Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional is the leading file transfer client with millions of users worldwide.
You can easily and securely transfer files between your home and office and to and
from customers, clients, or vendors.
How Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional Works
When your computer is connected to the Internet, Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional can
connect to any computer that has a valid Internet address and is running an FTP, SFTP, or
HTTP server program. After a connection is established, you can upload files and folders to
the FTP server, and download files and folders from the FTP server.
Using the Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional Application
When connected to an FTP server, Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional displays the contents of
your local computer on the left and the contents of the remote server on the right. WS_FTP
provides powerful transfer management tools that are easily accessible and customizable.
System Requirements
• Windows? 2000, Windows? XP, or Windows Server? 2003
• 32 MB minimum RAM
• 32 MB of disk space

What Do You Need?
You must obtain the following information, usually from the FTP server administrator or your
Internet service provider, to make a connection:
• Server Address can be either the host name (for example, ftp.ipswitch.com) or the
IP address ( of the server.
• User Name
• Password
Installing Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional
1 If you currently have WS_FTP installed, close all instances of the application.
2 Insert the CD-ROM into a drive or start the downloaded file. If the Welcome screen
does not appear, browse to the CD-ROM and execute autorun.exe.
3 Follow the instructions on each screen to complete the installation.
Note: If you are upgrading, be sure to install the new version in the same location as the previous version.
Getting Started
To make a connection to a remote FTP server and transfer a file:
1 Making the First Connection. When Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional is first opened,
the New Connection wizard helps you connect to an FTP server, providing
instructions and examples on each screen. The wizard also saves the connection,
similar to saving a favorite, so that you can easily re-connect later. (If the wizard is
not displayed, select Connect in the toolbar).
2 Transferring a File. After you have connected to a server, you can transfer files in
one of three ways:
• Transfer Arrows. Select a file, then click the arrow that points away from the
pane that file is in to transfer it.
• Drag and Drop. Click on a file and hold the left mouse button while you drag
the file to where you want to transfer it. Select multiple files by holding down
the Ctrl key while selecting.
• Copy and Paste. Right-click on a file and select Copy. Then, right-click where
you want to transfer the file and select Paste.
What’s Next?
Now that you know how to connect to a server and make a transfer, you can use some of the
other Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional features listed below to make transferring files even
easier and more efficient.
Securing Your Transfers
Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional can secure and protect your files while they are being transferred
using SSL, SFTP/SSH, and OpenPGP. For detailed information on each of these, as well
as other ways to secure your files, see the Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional Security Guide at

Using Tools
Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional comes equipped with several tools and utilities that allow
you to:
• Automate transfers to run unattended.
• Synchronize files and folders so that the most recent versions are maintained in
multiple locations.
• Back up files to local and remote drives.
• Search for files and folders on multiple FTP servers with a remote site search tool.
• Search for files and file content on your local computer, with a Microsoft? desktop
search tool, Google? Desktop Search, or Copernic Desktop Search?.
• Integrate Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional into your Web browser, so that when you
enter an FTP URL into the address bar of a browser or click on a link to an FTP server,
Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional handles the transfer.
• Create HotDrops (shortcuts) to frequently used FTP servers.
• Use file integrity verification, with encryption for CRC32, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, and
SHA512, to validate that transferred files have not been compromised.
• Use the skip unmodified files content comparison option to determine whether files
should be updated between sites. Files are transferred only when they are not the
same on the source and target sites.
• Customize the look-n-feel with new skins.
For detailed information on the above features, see the Ipswitch WS_FTP Professional Tools
Guide at http://www.ipswitch.com/ftp07toolsen.

For More Assistance
Help is available by clicking Help, pressing F1, or selecting Help > Help Topics.
A Getting Started Tour provides a video-based introduction to Ipswitch WS_FTP
Professional. You can view it by selecting Help > Tutorials from the menu.
The Ipswitch Support Center provides a multitude of product-related resources such as
Knowledge Base articles, peer support forums, patches and documentation downloads. It
also lists the Technical Support contact information, support hours, and information about
service agreements. You can access the support center at http://support.ipswitch.com.

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