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VanDyke Software Releases VShell 4.6 (Official) Secure File Transfer Server

VShell 4.6 saves time and resources with new automation capabilities. Take advantage of the increased convenience provided by Single Sign On (SSO) for Windows in VShell Enterprise Edition with HTTPS.

VanDyke Software, a developer of multi-platform secure file transfer and secure terminal emulation software, announced the official release of VShell 4.6 server.

New Trigger Variables Expand Automation Capabilities

VShell triggers facilitate automation of data and business processing.  For example, commands can be executed or files can be moved when an event such as a file upload occurs.

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VShell 4.6 expands automation capabilities with new trigger variables that enable customized file renaming and allow creation of file transfer summaries.

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Options for renaming files and folders include the insertion of parameters such as dates, timestamps, session IDs, protocols, and more.  Summaries with the number and list of files transferred can be created when a user logs out, then used in commands that are executed automatically.  On Windows, notifications with file transfer summaries can be automatically generated and sent via email.

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Windows Single Sign On (SSO) Support for HTTPS Connections

VShell Enterprise Edition with HTTPS offers a simple web interface for secure file transfer on Windows, Linux, and Mac servers.

VShell 4.6 allows HTTPS users to log in using Single Sign On (SSO), increasing convenience for users and reducing IT workload.

“Single Sign On makes managing user accounts even easier,” said Danielle Argiro, Product Manager for VShell.  “With SSO, Windows users can log on to the VShell HTTPS server without entering a username or password.  This improves the user experience and also increases IT productivity.”

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