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  • Jesse_S
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    Ok. Thanks to all.

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  • Sven
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    As it uses SSL, a certificate is needed. As an extension of SSH that enables file transfers, SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol/Secure File Transfer Protocol) typically uses only the SSH port for data and control​

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  • Jesse_S
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    Is a certificate required for SFTP?

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  • Ivy Afton
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    How to set up SFTP server on Linux:
    a) Create an SFTP Group and User.
    b) Install SSH Daemon.
    c) Configure SSH Daemon.
    d) Login To SFTP using Command-Line or Graphical User Interface.

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  • Myles Ace
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    Follow the steps:
    1) Start and choose the "SFTP" protocol option.
    2) If you're testing OpenSSH on the computer you installed it on, type "localhost" into the hostname field.
    3) To enable the software to connect to the server, you must input your Windows username and password.
    4) Click save, then choose login.

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  • Colton Abbe
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    How to run a local SFTP server?

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  • Ivy Afton
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    Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) does not require two-factor authentication, you can choose to do so for a more secure connection by requiring both a user ID and password as well as SSH keys. The creation of SSH keys aids in preventing spoof connections to the SFTP server.

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  • Jesse_S
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    What does an SFTP server require ?

    Requirements of SFTP server.
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