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Secure File Transfer

Reflection for Secure IT supports programs that you can use for secure file transfer: sftp and scp. Both commands can help you manage file transfers between computers efficiently and securely.

Use sftp to transfer files securely between the local computer and a remote host. You can also perform other file management commands, such as creating files and changing permissions. You can use sftp interactively or in combination with batch files to automate actions.

Use scp to copy files securely between the local computer and a remote host, or to transfer files securely between two remote hosts.

In this Section

Secure File Transfer (sftp)

Use sftp Interactively

Run sftp Batch Files

Configuring the sftp Transfer Method (ASCII or Binary)

Secure File Copy (scp)

Smart Copy and Checkpoint Resume

Configure Upload and Download Access

Set File Permissions on Downloaded Files

Set File Permissions on Uploaded Files

Related Topics

Troubleshooting Slow File Transfer Speed

Access Control Settings