The File Transfer engine allows the following file and folder operations in both local and remote panels:
Copy and Move files and folders between the local and remote computers; delete, rename files and folders; create new folders; view properties, change attributes for files and folders.
Open Documents and Run Executable Files on the remote PC
With the File Transfer engine, you can open a document or start an executable file on a remote computer. All you need is to double click on the file. When starting an executable file, you can also specify command line parameters (if required).
Resuming Copy Operation After Unexpected Network Failures
File Transfer allows you to resume copying of a file after unexpected network failures. The copying can be resumed from the spot where the failure interrupted the transfer, instead of starting all over from the beginning. If you want to resume copying of a file after a reconnection is completed, just drag the file and drop it to the same location. The program will inform you that the partially copied file already exists and offer you either to resume the copying or to start it all over, from the very beginning. This feature is very useful when copying large files. Should you need to leave your office, you can pause copying then resume it next day from the point where you paused it.
Compression to Speed Up Transferring
Anyplace Control software
is programmed to compress files before transferring
them between the computers. It uses a very fast
compression algorithm, which gives a good compression
ratio. It minimizes your network traffic; decreases
your network load, and greatly speeds up data
transfer in low-bandwidth networks. The data flows
between the computers in a compressed form and
thus has decreased size.
Dynamic Adjustment of the Data Buffer Size to Speed Up Transferring
Our File Transfer engine
continuously evaluates the speed of connection
in certain time intervals. It dynamically changes
the size of its own data buffer in order to reach
the maximum speed of data transfer.
MS Network Places Alternative
While using Anyplace Control
you are not required to make your folders public.
You have full access to the files on remote computers,
but in the Network Places these folders remain