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This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
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This section provides a pre-installation checklist and install procedure for installing WS_FTP Server Web Transfer Module.
WS_FTP Server Web Transfer Module installs an IIS web application to communicate with the WS_FTP Server database and FTP file system.
Updating modules using that method works only if the server running Drupal also runs a FTP server; in that case, you need to enter the username and the password to connect to the FTP server.
The server is normally "localhost" as both the web server and the FTP server are running from the same IP; if that is not the case, then you should change "localhost" with the name of the server (e.g. If you are running Drupal on your local computer, as when you use it as testing site, then if you don't have a FTP server on your computer, you cannot use that way to update modules; in that case, you just copy the files on your computer, after you download the archives containing the updated versions.