I have a desktop running windows XP and i have installed the FTP service under IIS. I have another server running unix. Now i want to upload an entire directory from this unix server to the windows FTP home directory. How do i accomplish this?
1. One FTP server running on windows XP under IIS with home directory d:\XYZ
2. One unix server
3. i want to connect from Unix to Windows FTP server and then upload a entire directory to the home directory (d:\xyz)
What i did:
1. From the unix server gave the command> FTP> open A.B.C.D
2. logged in as anonymous
4. <local file> /home/xyz
5. <remote file> d:\XYZ
the above is only to copy a file. But what about an entire directory ?
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