This tutorial will teach you how to set up FTP on your Windows 10 computer.

What is FTP?

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol for transferring computer files between a client and a server on a computer network. FTP is a simple technique to connect to a project if you don’t have full RDP access to the server. FTP users can only access the folders that have been assigned to them, and they can control their environment to avoid mistakenly altering other users’ files and file structures on their projects.

# Setting up an FTP server in Windows 10

Like earlier versions, Windows 10 comes with all of the required components, which enable it to run an FTP server.

Install an FTP server on your Windows 10 computer by following the steps below.

1. Open the Power User menu by pressing the Windows key + X keyboard shortcut and then selecting Programs and Features.

2. Select Turn Windows features on or off from the drop-down menu.

3. Expand the Internet Information Services option and select FTP Server from the drop-down menu.

4. Check the FTP Extensibility option after expanding the FTP Server.

5. Select all of the default options in the Web Management Tools.

6. Select OK. The procedure of installation will start.

7. Close the window by clicking on it.

We hope that you now have a good understanding of what API is and how to use it to restore multiple backups. If you continue to have problems with the protocol outlined above, please contact the WHUK Team for constructive assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.