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# 175374 26-Jun-2015 14:03
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Anyone here know of or even better use software to provide SFTP on Windows?
Note, this is SFTP, SSH File Transfer Protocol. There seems to be a few around, but would like to get some feedback on good ones before jumping in.

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  # 1332118 26-Jun-2015 14:17
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We have used CoreFTP a fair bit for this. It seems simple and lightweight. I have not done too many rigorous pen tests on it, but seems solid from what I have seen.

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  # 1332130 26-Jun-2015 14:27
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Filezilla has a server, that's worth considering.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1332137 26-Jun-2015 14:41
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Bitvise is the best SSH server software on Windows IMO

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  # 1332140 26-Jun-2015 14:44
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We use COPSSH, very simple little program. 

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  # 1332153 26-Jun-2015 14:56
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WinSCP (www.winscp.net) was adequate when I used it, may be better now.
It's certainly under active development, and it's free




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  # 1332155 26-Jun-2015 15:06
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timmmay: Filezilla has a server, that's worth considering.


Filezilla server does not support SFTP.

PolicyGuy: WinSCP (www.winscp.net) was adequate when I used it, may be better now.
It's certainly under active development, and it's free


I don't believe WinSCP has a server functionality.



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  # 1332243 26-Jun-2015 16:21
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Cool, thanks for the input everyone, some options here I had not found. Yep, it is only server side I am after. Filezilla server does FTPS, but then so does IIS.




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  # 1333081 28-Jun-2015 21:31
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Not sure if you decided on something but I've come across Crush FTP a few times and it supports just about all file transfer protocols.

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  # 1334134 30-Jun-2015 14:19
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OmniouS: Bitvise is the best SSH server software on Windows IMO


+1 to that. I ran on it Windows Server 2008R2 and it was so robust. No default accounts, IP lockout after a few attempts etc. And it supports both logon/password and public/private certs for logon.




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