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Old 10-08-2005, 01:40 AM   #1
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Transporting files to other OS

I daily need to transfer some files to windows 2000 systems. Which I do by asking people on Windows machine to use WINSCP software to copy files from my systems. I cannot boot my system to Windows. I don't want to.

Is there any such utility by which I can transfer files to windows systems. If I know their UserName and Password ???

It will lot helpful to us and save lot time and effort.

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My understanding is that Win2K has an ftp service. Alternatively
you could use samba if the windows boxen have shares available.



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