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I want to transfer data from my linux(Debian) server to windows server 2003.I have a ftp of windows server and SSH access of linux server . I do not want to do manual transfer using upload and download using ftp. Is there any way,so I can directly transfer file from linux remote server to windows server using ssh?

Note * I do have any public url in linux server.


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up vote 4 down vote accepted

You can also use PSCP from Putty

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Try scp or rsync. WinSCP is a windows implementation of scp.

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install WINSCP on windows and then login to your nix box with it. – rihatum Dec 10 '10 at 11:45

I did not understand what you mean by "I do not want to do manual transfer..". If you don't want to use FTP, you can connect to Linux server from Windows server using WinSCP which is equivalent to scp from Linux to Linux.

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I do not want to download from linux to my local system and than upload from my local system to window server using ftp client. – prakash.panjwani Dec 10 '10 at 11:49

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