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    Default Novice needs to FTP from Windows to Linux

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
    What software should I be using to FTP from a Windows 2003 server to a Linux server running under IBM System Z?

    I need to publish Cognos packages on the Linux server.

    I have Putty and don't know is the correct tool for this task.

    Many thanks,
    Mike

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    Windows 2003 and other versions have command line ftp client, which can be used from batch scripts. If you need free and GUI tools try the following FTP client:

    1. WinSCP :: Free SFTP and FTP client for Windows
    2. FireFTP - The Free FTP Client for Mozilla Firefox
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