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Windows SSHFS/SFTP mounting clients
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Out of the ones you listed: I would be cautious with sshfs as the underlying driver (Dokan) has not been updated for quite a while, and even though it supports Windows 7, it has known issues with ...

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SFTP application with Windows Explorer integration that supports uploading
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Since you mention Swish, I suppose by "explorer integration" you actually mean the capability to "mount" the remote SFTP site as a virtual drive (through a kernel driver) or ...

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SFTP client with multi-part (segmented) uploading
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I think there is a problem with the question. The question refers to "FTP Server" and states "support SFTP", but FTP and SFTP are two different protocols. Also, from one of the comments we can see ...

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Portable ssh/sftp/scp server for Windows
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You may want to take a look at Syncplify.me MicroServer!. It fits all requirements in your description. Disclaimer: I am one of the developers of this software.

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Mount an FTP as a drive letter in Windows 7
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You may want to consider Eldos' SFTP Net Drive, it works very well and if you're ok with just a single drive you can use it free of charge. The only thing that you may not like is that it doesn't ...

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Mediaplayer for Android
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After installing and using many options, I finally settled onto MX Player. It has plenty of configurable controls (yet fairly easy to use) and features a nice hardware-codec mode that can greatly ...

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Servers and clients implementing SFTP Protocol version 6
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In addition to Bitvise and ProFTPD, already mentioned in other replies, you may want to give Syncplify.me Server! a try, it does support SFTP v0 through v6, along with the protocol extensions to ...

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Backup form FTP to a Cloud-service
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From the question it isn't really clear if the FTP server is "given" or if it's something you have the liberty to install and deploy yourself. In the latter case, you may consider to deploy your FTP (...

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Geographically Distributed FTP Solution
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You can deploy Syncplify.me Server! in AWS via Marketplace; the service is called SFTP.cloud and you can: automatically deploy it on EC2 virtual machines via AMI deploy instances in every AWS ...

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FTP and SFTP speed testing
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If you are willing to write few lines of script code, then you may consider Syncplify.me FTP Script. Its editor comes with a handy "wizard" that builds common test case scenarios for you, then you ...

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Manage FTP users and folders without admin rights
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You may also want to try Syncplify.me Server, it has the features you have listed above, and its Configuration Manager runs without administrative privileges. You only need admin rights to run the ...

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