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Free for personal use. HTTP Commander Web Based F
Free for personal use. HTTP Commander Web Based File Manager for Windows servers running IIS. It is multifunctional product for Intra- and Internet, designed for files and folders management over HTTP protocol; also it can be used to create Online File Sharing Solutions. Distinguishing features: simple and very comfortable user interface (looks like Windows Explorer), supports many standard features like Create, Cut, Copy, Delete, Paste, Rename, Edit, View, Files search and advanced technical features: Directory Tree, Drag-n-Drop, Disk Quota, Own database with 250+ types of files, Context and Drop Down Menu, SSL(HTTPS) support. ZIP archives management: Create new archive, Add files to existing archive, Extract files from archive or Remove files. Advanced file transfer features: Upload with Progress Bar and Low Memory Leak on server, Multiple Files Upload over Macromedia Flash, Multiple Files and Folders Upload over FTP, single file download over HTTP with low memory leak, multiple files and folders download over FTP. NTFS Alternate Data Streams can easily create files/folders metadata and store it with the file. The information moves with the file and independent of the file name so you never need to worry about losing or mislaying it. Compatible with well known operating systems and browsers on users side: Windows, Linux, UNIX and Mac OS with browsers Internet Explorer 5+, FireFox/Mozilla, Netscape 6+, Opera 6+, Safari, Konqueror. Written using Powerful and Fast technology ASP.NET. Version for Active Directory designed to use secure NTLM authentication and it can automatically authorize users based on their security group membership. Users will only be able to access information they have NTFS permissions to. Intelligent web interface, allows users remotely access their personal or common folders.
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