PowerShell Server can be used to easily add secure file transfer (SFTP server) capabilities to Windows. The SFTP server is completely configured and managed through PowerShell configuration and scripts, offering the utmost in power and flexibility. Powershell Server V6 includes a host of powerful new features for secure SSH-enabled windows remoting, management, and file transfer. Updates include new SFTP and SCP server capabilities, a light-weight webserver with embedded PowerShell ASP, PowerShell 3.0 support, enhanced session management, IPV6 capabilities, and more! In addition, the new FREE Personal Edition has been upgraded with the ability to run as a service and on server operating systems.
Secure File Transfer (SFTP) Server
In addition to SSH Terminal Access and Web Publishing, PowerShell Server can be used to easily add secure file transfer (SFTP server) capabilities to Windows. Unlike other SFTP solutions, PowerShell server is completely configured and managed through PowerShell configuration and scripts, offering the utmost in power and flexibility in managing secure file transfer.
SFTP Server Features
PowerShell Enabled SFTP Server
Zlib Transfer Compression.
AES & 3DES Encryption.
Public Key and Password Authentication.
IPV6 Addressing Support.
FIPS 140-2 validated cryptography
Windows User Management
What is вЂ?PowerShell-EnabledвЂ™ Secure FTP
PowerShell Server is configured through PowerShell script that provides hooks into all of the most common events associated with SFTP connection and file transfer. As a result it is easy to extend and integrate the SFTP capabilities of PowerShell server with back-end systems for messaging, automation, authentication, and more.
For example, suppose that an administrator would like to log, email, or send an instant message of some kind when a file has been uploaded. The administrator could insert script into the FileClose configuration event and execute custom PowerShell script to add this feature.