Open Xshell, click , you will get Sessions window

click New Button to create a new session. input the Connection message

then select the SFTP at the left Category, fill the folder inputbox.

If not filled, it will use the default folder, it would be:

C:\Users\63002\Documents\NetSarang\Xshell\Sessions -- for local folder
/home/yourusername/  -- for remote folder(*nix system)

then click OK button.

Now in the Sessions window you get a session test, double click it, it would connect to the remote using sftp.
It may prompt you to input the account and password, just put them in.
If you get the command line prompt

sftp:<your remote folder>> 

means you succeeded.


  • Last modified: 2018/12/07 18:57