The command menu includes the commands to launch FTP actions.
When the Transfer Queue is not empty, this menu item will be enabled. Use
this command to start transferring the items in the queue. All file transfer
has to be launched with this command.
Three options for transfer type are provided. They are ASC
II, Binary, and Auto.
Unless you know very clear what different FTP transfer modes mean, we recommend
that you always use the Auto option and let TurboFTP handle the transfer
mode when transferring files.
With this command, you can enter in a popup dialog whatever command you
want to execute on the connected FTP server. The command is then passed
the server and the result can be seen in the Log Window. To use this option
you have to be familiar with FTP commands.
Change Login Password
This will pop out a dialog which allows you to change your login password
of the currently connected FTP server. Not all FTP servers support this
Flush Directory Cache
Flush all directory cache.
Flush Certificate Cache
TurboFTP caches accepted (always) certificates of secure FTP servers. This
command flush all the cache of accepted certificates. You will be asked
whether or not to accept the certificate when you connect to any of these
Hang up Now
Hang up the active RAS connection now.
When you enable it, TurboFTP will automatically shutdown the computer upon
transfer completion. If you are using Windows NT/2000/XP, this requires
that you have the privilege to shutdown the system.
When you enable it, TurboFTP will automatically disconnect from the FTP
site and hang up all modem connection upon transfer completion.