To create backup, restore, or synchronize tasks with the use of the FTPS plug-in, you need to create the respective configuration. Configuration defines how to connect and work with your FTPS server. The configuration dialog contains three tabs: General, Proxy and Advanced.
Under the General tab, you need to specify FTPS server address, authorization parameters, and remote FTPS folder (optionally).
The dialog consists of five fields:
To test that server parameters are correct, click the Test connection button.
If you are behind a proxy, you can specify its parameters under the Proxy tab. If you leave these field empty, the program will use general settings set in the program (refer to Proxy Settings for details). Settings in plug-in configuration override general settings.
There are five fields:
If your proxy server doesn’t require authorization, leave the User and Password fields empty.
Under the Advanced tab, you can tune how the plug-in interacts with a remote server. Default settings should work well with all popular FTPS servers, but if something doesn’t work for you, you can change them.
There are four options:
You can read general description of configurations in Plug-in Configurations.