zFTPServer is a multi threaded Windows file server. Although being extremely simple to use, there exists an advanced configurations mode which should satisfy every need. Also, extensions are available that makes this into a full-fledged Integration Server with the following highlights: Protocols: FTP, FTPS, SFTP, TFTP, HTTPS Virtual filesystem: Possible to mount any disk drive or directories at anywhere within the home directory of a user or group. This makes it possible to for instance merge several directories so they seem as one. SSL/TLS support: Strong encryption support (up to 256 bits AES). Automatic updates: The server will update automatically when a new version is available (optional). Scripting friendly: The server can be controlled through a standard TCP/IP connection, making scripts very easy to develop (e.g. creating new accounts through php). Remote administration: The server and graphical user interface is separated which easily enables remote maintenance of the server. Being a system service: Built in Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / 2008 / 2012 / R2 service support. Ultrafast transfer speed: More than 11MByte/sec. average on 100MBit LAN, outperformes most of the 'famous' windows ftp servers. Passive mode host / ip option: Ability to specify a host name for a server with dynamic ip adress to use in passive mode, e.g. myserver.no-ip.com Powerful user and group account management: Users and Groups may join multiple number of groups simultaneously. Support for upload balancing: With the virtual filesystem users' uploads may end up where there is space. Advanced IP-Access management: Access rights with respect to ip adresses or domain names may be specified, granting or denying access from specific locations. Advanced Account expiration: Accounts can be expired after a specific criteria has been fullfilled. Criterias include expiration after a specific date, after a specified number of days/weeks/months has passed, number of downloads performed and more.
What's new in this version:
Version 10.11: Fixed positioning of download icon while resizing HTTP(S) web client window.
Stability improvements to script engine and event parser.
Fixed SFTP FindFirst response to be compatible with more clients.
Fixed overwrite prompt when uploading files using Safari on OSX to built-in HTTP(S) client.