Tags » Sftp

Putty for Mac version 7 status update

We are working on version seven of Putty for Mac and have made some good progress the last couple months. We now have Pageant, plink, and puttygen working. 41 more words

Cloud Technology has changed everything

In the fast paced world we live in, businesses are heavily reliant on cloud applications which give them the flexibility to work from anywhere at any time and using numerous devices. 495 more words

SES

using sftp in xfce filebrowser thunar [debian]

open the filebrowser thunar
press ctrl + L
then write:
sftp://pi@192.168.x.x

Debian

Are your critical applications delivered through the cloud?

SES continues to strive and deliver the best possible service to all of our current and prospective clients. According to a recent survey, many software users are still not aware of the full benefits of using a SaaS / cloud platform, but more importantly on the flip side of the coin, the risks associated. 682 more words

SES

SFTP Issues with PutAttachment & GetAttachment PeopleCode

Hey everyone!

Happy new year!

It’s been a while since I had blogged – here’s an interesting issue that I worked on. I have an AE process that uses PutAttachment and GetAttachment functions to upload a file to an SFTP server. 162 more words

PeopleSoft

OpenBSD | SFTP with Logging and public key authentication

Some hints /example:
* Add a group sftpgroup: sftpgroup:*:1001:
* Add a user sftpuser1.
* Add a home directory for this user, it’s the sftp data directory. 155 more words

Bytes

SFTP using Powershell POSH-SSH

Install POSH-SSH module in PowerShell using command: REFERENCE

iex (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString("https://gist.github.com/darkoperator/6152630/raw/c67de4f7cd780ba367cccbc2593f38d18ce6df89/instposhsshdev")

Example Output:

Script:

Import-Module Posh-SSH #Load the Posh-SSH module

#Set the credentials
$Password = ConvertTo-SecureString 'Password' -AsPlainText -Force
$Credential = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential ('user', $Password)

#Set local file path, SFTP path, and the backup location path which I assume is an SMB path
$FilePath = "C:\Sumit\SFTP.txt"
$SftpPath = '/home/user/SFTP-TEST/'

#Set the IP of the SFTP server
$SftpIp = '10.10.10.10'

#Establish the SFTP connection
New-SFTPSession -ComputerName $SftpIp -Credential $Credential

#Upload the file to the SFTP path
Set-SFTPFile -SessionId 0 -LocalFile $FilePath -RemotePath $SftpPath

#Disconnect SFTP session
(Get-SFTPSession -SessionId 0).Disconnect()

… 121 more words
Microsoft