we have an IIS FTP server on which a user is attempting to move files between directories on the server (i.e. managing files instead of uploading) - The appear not to be able to do this unless they download the file from the first directory and then upload it back to another directory. With large files this can be bothersome so they have requested this capability. Looking into it there are clients that will offer you two views of the same FTP server and you can move it that way (e.g. WS-FTP) but it still takes ages so I am assuming that the client downloads it locally first and then uploads it. I suppose the question is two-fold
a. Does IIS allow a user to remotely move local files around
b. If not IIS does any other FTP server allow this.
Unfortunately this is not possible with the FTP protocol. The only way to do this is to download the file then upload the file. The SFTP/SSH protocol does allow this by renaming the file with the destination
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