FTP Clients – Part 10: FTP Voyager

For this installment in my series about FTP Clients, I’d like to take a look at FTP Voyager from Rhino Software. For this blog I used FTP Voyager 15.2.0.17, and it is available from the following URL: http://www.ftpvoyager.com/ FTP Voyager is a great FTP client that supports a wide array of features and connection options,…

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Sending WebDAV Requests in .NET Revisited

I recently spoke with a great customer in India, and he was experimenting with the code from my Sending WebDAV Requests in .NET blog post. He had a need to send the WebDAV LOCK/UNLOCK commands, so I wrote a quick addition to the code in my original blog post to send those commands, and I…

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How to create an HTML Application to configure your WebDAV Redirector settings

I’ve mentioned in previous blog posts that I use the Windows WebDAV Redirector a lot. (And believe me, I use it a lot.) Having said that, there are a lot of registry settings that control how the Windows WebDAV Redirector operates, and I tend to tweak those settings fairly often. I documented all of those…

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How to determine if FTP clients are using FTPS

One of my colleagues here at Microsoft, Emmanuel Boersma, just reminded me of an email thread that we had several weeks ago, where a customer had asked him how they could tell if FTPS was being used on their FTP server. He had pointed out that when he looks at his FTP log files, the…

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