The Distinct FTP Client lets you connect to other systems and perform operations
on files on those systems as well as on your local files. The operations
you can perform are upload and download, copy, rename, delete, print, and
create folder. Any machine you connect to must be configured to act as
an FTP server. To make an FTP connection to an FTP server, you must have
a valid login name and password for a user account on that system. The
permissions granted to the user account determine which folders you will
have access to, and which combination of Read, Write, List and Delete access
you will have to the files. Some servers on the Internet allow you to log
in as an “Anonymous” user. Some anonymous FTP accounts require you to give
your email address in the Password text box for anonymous login authentication.
With no active FTP connection, you can use the Distinct FTP Client to view
the files on your local drives and to perform local copy, rename, delete,
or print operations, or to create local folders.