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The FTP protocol specification does not impose any rules on file path. All it says (RFC 959, section 2.2) is: Pathname is defined to be the character string which must be input to a file system by a user in order to identify a file. Pathname normally contains device and/or directory names, and file name specification. ...


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You are probably looking for Nginx's include function: http://nginx.org/en/docs/ngx_core_module.html#include You can use it like this: server { listen 80; server_name example.com; […] include conf/location.conf; } include also accepts wildcards so you could also write include include/*.conf to include every *.conf file in directory "include"


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you can simply enter the password for the target server in the windows credential manager. type in the search windows "credential manager" or look for it in control panel. This method is the easiest. for address type the address of targetserveraddress username should be in format: targetdomain\username password=password Viola!


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Be careful when using the above solutions, I used them and ended up moving all files in all subfolders!!!! This command moves all files in /source directory and all subfolders under source directory: find /sourcedirectory -mtime +365 -exec mv "{}" /destination/directory/ \; Instead, use option -maxdepth 1 for only files in /sourcedirectory find ...



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