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Posted:  07 Nov 2008 12:52
Does your multi server product encrypt user name and password when sending files over https, ftps or any other protocols.
Posted:  07 Nov 2008 12:55
Encryption of usernames and passwords depends on the specific protocol you are using. HTTPS protocol will encrypt both the username and password. FTPS will encrypt the password.
Posted:  07 Nov 2008 13:01
How do I make a outgoing and incoming directory for all windows user (active directory logins). Also I keep getting "The user limit has been reached. The server is full" I know this is a trial version, but it's hard to test a product when I does not let me login. Do have any suggestions...
Posted:  07 Nov 2008 13:03
By default, the root folder for each user login is the profile folder associated with the user account.
Can you provide some information on your usage requirement? Do you need all users to access a common root folder?
We are aware of problems on user limits with the demo version. Our developers are working on a fix for this.
Posted:  07 Nov 2008 13:06
I need to create two folders...Incoming and Outgoing and need all users to authenticate to those folder only. I tried to create a local account on multi server, but I can't login using that user name and password.

When I create users in multi server, I can't login using the https: protocol, but it does work if I switch the protocol to http: Will this issue be resolved after purchasing the license.
Yes, there is a problem with https in the demo version due to the number of users allowed to login. This problem will no longer apply if you have a license.
Posted:  07 Nov 2008 13:10
Is it possible to customize the login page, we want our customers to see that they have reached county bank page.
This is a feature request that our developers are scheduled to work on. I am not sure at this time what the timeline is for the release of this feature.

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