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From Oliver.Zhan <>
Subject 答复: 答复: 答复: how to download a file form sftp to a connection in the guacamole?
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2017 09:24:43 GMT
I got it , my sftp server is independent<>,
I mistack that every connections had configurate sftp in the guacamole can conncect to the
sftp automatically<>!,
but it not.
Now I configurate sftp server in every connections, and every connection only connect to himself<>`s
sftp server, the upload and download between local and remote  has worked.
I can dragging and dropping the file from local to the remote computer ,but I can not dragging
and dropping file from remote computer to local ,I only user the file transfer memu, can dragging
and dropping file from remote computer to local?

Another question:

When I configurate the sftp in the rdp connection, need I install a sftp server in the windows

发件人: Mike Jumper []
发送时间: 2017年12月5日 14:32
主题: Re: 答复: 答复: how to download a file form sftp to a connection in the guacamole?

On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 8:14 PM, Oliver.Zhan <<>>

I just want to kown you how to transfer file between local computer with remote computer in
the guacamole by the sftp?

Guacamole supports SFTP file transfer for VNC, RDP, and SSH. To enable file transfer via SFTP,
you will need to specify the additional connection parameters configuring the SFTP portion
of the connection:

You can then transfer files either through the file browser in the Guacamole menu, or through
dragging and dropping the file over the Guacamole display. See:

From the above link:

"Transferring files

You can transfer files back and forth between your local computer and the remote desktop if
it is supported by the underlying protocol and enabled on the connection. Currently, Guacamole
supports file transfer for VNC, RDP, and SSH, using either the native file transfer support
of the protocol or SFTP.

Files can be transferred to the remote computer by dragging and dropping the files into your
browser window, or through using the file browser located in the Guacamole menu. ..."

- Mike


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