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  • BulletProof FTP Server - Full featured server for Windows.
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  • Cerberus FTP Server - FTP server with support for FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP/S. Detailed FAQ on site.
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  • CompleteFTP Server - A Windows FTP server supporting FTP, FTPS, SFTP and SCP, as well as HTTP and HTTPS. Comes in three editions with detailed documentation on site.
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  • FileCOPA - Secure FTP server with SSL support. Compatible with Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003 and Vista.
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  • Gene6 FTP Server - Secure FTP server with SSL for Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003.
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  • GuildFTPd - This Windows FTP server features plug-in and network support. It has the ability to set each login to a different port and provide log statistics. You can review graphs of past connections and control the speed of your uploads and downloads.
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  • Null FTP Server - Supports FTP, SFTP (SSH), FTPS, HTTP/S, WebDAV. Free and Pro versions.
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  • Serv-U - Widely used commercial Windows FTP Server.
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  • Solar FTP Server - Personal FTP server with virtual directories and real-time activity monitoring and management.
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  • Sysax Multi Server - A Secure FTP Server and a SSH2 Secure Shell Server combined into a single product. It supports remote access and file transfer using FTP, FTPS, SFTP, Telnet, and Secure Shell. It also supports web based file transfer using HTTP and HTTPS.
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  • Titan FTP Server - Titan FTP Server is an enterprise class server product.
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  • TurboFTP Server - FTP/SFTP/HTTPS server that provides granular directory access control, virtual directories and external authentication methods including LDAP and Active Directory. [Windows 2008/XP/2000/NT]
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  • Winsock FTP Daemon - wftpd is a basic FTP server with quite a bit of configuration options. Platforms: Window 3.x/95/NT.
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  • Xlight FTP Server - FTP server software for Windows in three editions. Site contains FAQ and documentation.
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