FTP Manager in Shared Hosting
Our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel, which is offered with each and every shared hosting package, will provide you with access to a number of controls to administer your FTP accounts easily through the FTP Manager section. If you wish to set up a new account, to edit the password for an existing one or remove it entirely, it will not take more than one click of the mouse. In contrast to other Control Panels where you need to set up a brand new account in case you wish to get access to a separate folder, our FTP Manager will enable you to modify the access path associated with an active FTP account pretty easily and you’ll be able to view the access paths for all the FTP accounts the moment you visit Hepsia’s FTP Manager section. For convenience’s sake, you can create an account on your computer system by downloading and installing an auto-configuration file for several FTP software applications – CyberDuck, Core FTP, FileZilla. You can also sort all the accounts in ascending or descending order based on their access paths or usernames and locate the one that you need easier and faster.
FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
Even if you’ve never opened a web hosting account previously, you won’t have any difficulty administering any part of your web presence if you buy a semi-dedicated server from our company and the FTP part makes no exception. With the FTP Manager, which is included in our cutting-edge Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you’ll have total control over your FTP accounts via a quite user-friendly graphical interface. With just a couple of mouse clicks, you’ll be able to accomplish virtually everything – to set up or to remove an FTP account, to change its password, to change the folder that it can connect to or to download auto-configuration files for apps such as Core FTP and FileZilla. In case you have set up a huge number of FTP accounts, you’ll be able to manage them without hassle, as you can arrange them alphabetically in ascending or descending order either by folder access path or by username.