VShell Server for Windows 4.8

VShell Server for Windows 4.8

Developer's description
Published by VanDyke Software Inc. on 4 Nov 2022

"Secure, multi-protocol file transfer server"

VShell is a secure, multi-protocol server for Windows, Mac, and Linux that gives you the strong encryption, trusted authentication, and data integrity you need to securely access network resources and transfer data.

Simple to install and configure, VShell offers security with convenience, flexibility, and quality technical support that begins during evaluation.

Provide secure remote access to the network for IT and end users. Securely configure and maintain servers and network services with confidence. Secure file transfer services include SFTP, SCP, FTPS, FTP, HTTPS, and HTTP. VShell's extensive configuration options and trusted authentication methods give you the right balance between protecting your network and providing your employees and customers with access to the data they need.

Fine-tune permissions for each user or group using Access Control Lists (ACLs). Lock down users or groups to the desired directory using virtual roots.

Automate responses to server events with triggers. Define actions to be performed automatically upon authentication failure, login/logout, file transfer, file addition, and other operations.

Requirements: Windows (x64) / 11 / Server 2022/2019/2016 / 10 / 8.1 (S14) / Server 2012 R2 / Server 2012

What's new in this version: A No virtual roots trigger responds automatically if users are disconnected because no virtual roots are available. On Windows, change debug level via the VShell Control Panel. A button opens the log file folder in Windows File Explorer. Disable weak TLS ciphers to increase security of FTPS/ HTTPS.

  • Size

    33.67 MB
  • License

  • OS

    Windows, Other, Mac OS, Unix, Linux
  • Price

    $599 Buy full version

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