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How to create sftp floder in windows server 2003

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How to create sftp floder in windows server 2003
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Please provide more details.  There is no such thing as an sftp folder.  Here's some info on it:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_file_transfer_program
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSH_File_Transfer_Protocol
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you also able to use Filezilla Server for sFTP service , its free and easy to configure via GUI

Download
http://filezilla-project.org/
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The 30 day free trial of Robo-FTP Server is super easy to get going in SFTP mode because it can generate its own SSH keys.

1. Download from here: http://www.robo-ftp.com/download/
2. Install the software then run the "Server Console" ... click thru the 30day eval stuff at the beginning.
3. Click the "Install" button to start it as a Windows Service under the default Network Service account
4. Click the "SFTP Server" menu, switch to Server Keys tab, create both keys then click "Apply" button
5. Switch back to "General Settings" tab, choose root folder then click "Start SFTP" button
6. Click the "Users" menu, click "New" button, type user name, select SFTP
7. Click "SFTP Logon Details" and set password and user's home folder then click "OK" then "Apply"

Now you have an SFTP server!

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