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FTP command with Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2009-06-28
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Hi there

I have a Windows 2003 Server and I have a backup file and the only way to transfer from one server to another is through FTP. How do I do this to make schedule FTP with stating the logs whether is successfully transfer or not?

Do I need extra program to do this? Or the command line is enough?

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If you want to know if the transfer was successful you will need to use some scripting language like Perl or VB.  With just command line you can transfer the file, but you really can't tell if it was successful or not.
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