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I'm using command prompt FTP
from Win98.
Tring to transfer 2000 files via mput of
FTP requires me to enter an answer before the FTP transfers each file.
How can I make it automatic?
CoffeCupDirectFTp is to slow for this task.

Thanks
Alon Peled
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geotiger earned 400 total points
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Here is what you can do: once you opened you connection, set "prompt off" before you use "mput *". It will not ask your confirmation for each file.

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It works perfectly.
Thanks for the quick response
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