FTP Manager in Website Hosting
Our custom Hepsia Control Panel, which is offered with each and every website hosting package, will provide you with access to multiple features to manage your FTP accounts effortlessly through the FTP Manager section. If you’d like to set up a brand new FTP account, to alter the password for an existing one or remove it entirely, it won’t take more than one click of the mouse. In contrast to other Control Panels where you have to set up a brand new FTP account in case you’d like to be provided with access to a separate directory, our FTP Manager will allow you to modify the access path associated with an existing FTP account pretty easily and you will be able to check the access paths for all the accounts the moment you access Hepsia’s FTP Manager section. For your convenience, you can create an FTP account on your computer system by downloading and installing an auto-configuration file for different clients – CyberDuck, FileZilla, Core FTP. You can also arrange the accounts in ascending or descending order on the basis of their access paths or usernames and locate the one that you need easier and faster.
FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Even if you have never used a hosting account previously, you will have no difficulty administering any part of your Internet presence when you order a semi-dedicated server from us and the FTP part is not an exception. With the FTP Manager, which is part of our leading-edge Hepsia Control Panel, you will have total control over your FTP accounts through an amazingly easy-to-work-with GUI. With just a few clicks of the mouse, you’ll be able to accomplish virtually everything – to create or to remove an FTP account, to update its password, to alter the folder that it can access or to make use of auto-configuration files for apps like FileZilla and Core FTP. In case you’ve set up an immense number of accounts, you’ll be able to administer them without any hassles, as you can sort them alphabetically in ascending or descending order either by username or by folder access path.