Guide – How To Start – FTP Server Extended on Windows Server 2019

The file transfer protocol is a way to connect two computers to one another in the safest possible way to help transfer files between two or more points

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The guide on how to work with the FTP Server Extended on Windows Server 2019

For successful work, the TCP ports 21,990,50000-51000 should be opened

  1.  To connect to a virtual machine, run the “Remote Desktop Connection” program, the keyboard shortcut “Win + R”
  1.  In the text field enter “mstsc.exe” and click “OK”
  1.  In the opened window, enter the IP address of the machine and click “OK”
  1.  Enter your “Username” and “Password” and click “OK”
  1.  Check in the checkbox “Don’t ask me again for connections to this computer” and click “YES”
  1.  After starting the VM, open FileZilla Server which is located on the desktop
  1.  After launch, click “Connect”

The “Logged on” message indicates that the connection is successful.

  1.  Now you need to create a new user. You should click “Edit” then select “Users” in the drop-down window
  1.  Select “General” and then click “Add”
  1.  You need to come up with “Username” and click “OK”
  1.  Now check the “Password” checkbox and enter the password you have created
  1.  Then select “Shared folders” and click “Add”
  1.  Select C: \ ftp and click “OK”
  1.  Click on the created folder and check the checkboxes in the “Files” and “Directories” sections

  1.  Now in the main application window you can click “OK”
  1.  Launch “FileZilla Client” on your PC
  1.  In the “Host” field, enter the IP of your VM

In the “Username” field, enter your “Username” (see item 9)

In the “Password” field, enter the “Password” you have invented (see section 10)

And click “Quickconnect”

  1.  Select the “Always trust this certificate in future sessions” checkbox and click “OK
  1.  Connection was established successfully 

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