Connect to FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server to monitor for file changes or perform a variety of operations with remote files and directories.
|Server||FTP server name or IP address.|
|Port||FTP server port to connect. Usually FTP and explicit FTPS use port 21 while implicit FTPS uses port 990.|
|Connection||Connect to FTP supports both non-encrypted (plain) and encrypted (FTP-SSL) connections.|
|Authentication||Depending on server settings, use user credentials or user credentials with client certificate.|
|Client certificate path||For client certificate authentication, provide a client certificate file. Supported formats—Personal Information Exchange (|
A private key and certificate can be provided in two separate files. The files must have the same name with different extensions. Automation Workshop looks for
|Certificate passphrase||For client certificate authentication provide certificate passphrase.|
|Mask password||To maximize security, mask the password characters. While enabled, it is not possible to use the Variable Wizard.|
|Browse||Use Browse to select a particular file or folder on local disk, network share on LAN (local area network), etc.|
|Variable Wizard||Use dynamic data input—substitute a parameter from a file, web, connected Trigger, other Actions, date and time presets, etc.|
- Some FTP servers require Windows domain username, for example:
- For some FTP servers it may be necessary to change stateful FTP firewall setting.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our support team.