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SFTP with Cyberduck
Cyberduck is a GUI file transfer software that can be used to copy files to remote servers using SFTP that is available for both Windows and Macintosh clients.
Windows platforms do not have native operating system support for using SFTP file copies, so installing a third party software package is necessary to perform SFTP file copies.
SFTP using Cyberduck
Download and install cyberduck. Click the
Open Connection icon and select
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) from the drop-down list of protocols.
Enter the server address information, your Netlink credentials. If you are transferring for web publishing, specify /public_html as the destination path for the file copy.
Once connected, you can drag and drop files back and forth from the Windows file explorer to the cyberduck file window.