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  Reply # 2079747 27-Aug-2018 14:06
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Try uninstalling ZoneAlarm and try again. i have helped someone with an issue that was caused by zonealarm still blocking even when it was 'disabled'

 

 




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  Reply # 2079751 27-Aug-2018 14:14
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Do you think it might just block opensource FTP programs? It's weird other still work?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2079752 27-Aug-2018 14:18
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BTW I had done that recently - I have spent far too much time on this.

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  Reply # 2079755 27-Aug-2018 14:29
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Have you tried to connect to another server via FTP using FileZilla?

 

 

e.g. ftp://releases.ubuntu.com

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  Reply # 2079793 27-Aug-2018 15:43
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Why not to use build-in Windows 10 File Explorer FTP functionality? no need any 3-rd party software.




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  Reply # 2079800 27-Aug-2018 16:05
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Hadn't thought of another site - so the program does work (confirmed on another site) - just something to do with reading my sites. Thank you so much for that. The built-in FTP is command-line isn't it? I explained I'm operating at reduced levels since a stroke so That I need something that won't frustrate me with spelling mistakes, etc.

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  Reply # 2079826 27-Aug-2018 16:16
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PhilANZ: The built-in FTP is command-line isn't it?

 

No, its has File Explorer user interface. Open your File Explorer, on LH select "This PC", on top menu click "Computer" and "Add a network location" and then follow the instructions. When you finished, all your new locations will be under "This PC" > "Network locations" area.




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  Reply # 2079876 27-Aug-2018 17:38
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Thanks - didn't work instantly but will try with a site withouit passwords toorrow and go from there (FTP used to be so simple). Now a more "fun" task - a client changing from Xero to a desktop system - my first ever (although another is moving from MYOB in the cloud but he's not using a Kiwi package - even more fun). Cloud systems are proving too expensive for some.



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  Reply # 2080267 28-Aug-2018 13:39
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Seems it's too much trouble - even the Windows function works with open sites - but as soon as I try username and password it's just like the open source FTP programs. Yet the proprietary ones work. My wife has got the same results - always good to know since I do get things wrong at times. Anyway thanks for all the thoughts - the answer's there somewhere but the IT guy couldn't sort it - so I'll just accept it and move on.

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  Reply # 2080269 28-Aug-2018 13:49
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I have no customers using FTP nowadays - it's insecure. 


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  Reply # 2080279 28-Aug-2018 14:15
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kryptonjohn: I have no customers using FTP nowadays - it's insecure. 

 

is it FTPS same as HTTPS?


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  Reply # 2080382 28-Aug-2018 18:52
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I think FTPS is generally discouraged these days, with SFTP being the recommended option (as it operates over the modern and secure OpenSSH protocol).


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