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WinSCP is a popular freeware FTP/SFTP client for Windows.
This guide assumes you have installed WinSCP, and have a valid FTP account with which to connect.
Step 1 - Setting up WinSCP to connect to your account
Open WinSCP, and you will be presented with the site manager dialog.
If you want to connect using FTPS (FTP via explicit SSL/TLS) then go to Step 2. FTPS allows you to connect using the cPanel username and also using the additional FTP usernames you can setup in cPanel's FTP Accounts icon.
If you want to connect using SFTP (Secure-FTP achieved via the SSH system) then go to Step 3. SFTP will only allow you to connect using the cPanel username and password, and will give the FTP user access to the entire cPanel account - this is ideal for the account owner.
Step 2 - Connection settings using FTPS, also known as FTP-SSL (Explicit AUTH TLS)
File protocol dropdown: Choose TLS/SSL Explicit encryption Host name: Enter your home server name here (it may differ from the example shown) - if this is entered wrongly, then WinSCP will have trouble connecting. Port: Leave default (21) User name & Password: Enter your cPanel username and password, or the FTP account username and password you created using the cPanel. Again, this will differ from the example shown.
The Advanced... button allows further customisation, but the default settings will connect fine.
Click the Save button to save this profile for later use, and then click the Login button to connect.
Step 2a FTPS Advanced settings
We strongly recommend against modifying any Advanced settings unless you are ocnfident in whar you are doing. In particular, the above setting under TLS/SSL, if unticked, will prevent WinSCP from obtaining any directory listings.
Step 3 - Connection settings using SFTP, also known as Secure-FTP or SSH-FTP
File protocol down control: Choose SFTP Host name: Enter your home server name here (it may differ from the example shown), or your domain name, or the server's IP address Port number: 722 Username & Password: Enter your cPanel username and password
Click Save, to save the profile, and then use the Login button to connect.
Advanced settings - again, we recommend against modifying any advanced settings unless you are confident in what you are doing.