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On the Advanced page you can tweak advanced file transfer settings like passive mode for FTP connection and whether or not to use large buffers for file transfers.

 

Common

Initial Local Path

Select one of the predefined directories or specify a custom folder as initial path.

 

Initial Remote Path

Select automatic to use the home directory provided by server or specify a custom folder.

 

Show hidden files

If checked, hidden files will be shown in the local and remote file browser.

 

Use large buffers for file transfers

Enabling large buffers can improve file transfer performance.

 

Ignore Certificate and Fingerprint Warnings

If checked, Royal TS will not show warning messages when fingerprint does not match or when invalid certificates are used.

 

Encoding

Specifies the encoding.

 

Timestamps

Creation Time

If checked, the creation time stamp is restored after the file transfer.

 

Last Write Time

If checked, the creation time stamp is restored after the file transfer.

 

Last Access Time

If checked, the creation time stamp is restored after the file transfer.

 

Note

The remote SFTP service must support restoring timestamps.

 

SFTP

Custom Command

Specify a custom command.

 

FTP

Passive Mode

If checked, passive mode is used for FTP file transfers.

 

Security

Prefer Keyboard-Interactive Authentication

If checked, keyboard-interactive authentication is preferred over password authentication.

 

In this section you can also specify the usage of insecure ciphers. Ciphers which are considered insecure may allow attackers to eavesdrop on your traffic and potentially gain access to sensitive information or your system.