Helpful Info (Windows)

Active Directory
Use Active Directory to authenticate user logins.
Drop Shipping
Use Rumpus "Drop Shipping" to easily send large files to anyone, anywhere on the Internet.
Folder Sets
Assigning unique privileges to individual folders.
FTP Technical Overview
For those who want to understand the details of how FTP works, and how your network needs to be configured to allow users to reliably connect.
The Rumpus End User License Agreement.
Managing User Accounts
User accounts are generally the most critical setup item administrators face. Understand how to manage them effectively.
Managing Your Server Via Web Browser
This article discusses how you, and other sub-administrators, can manage user accounts from within the Web File Manager.
Start here, with this brief but important guide to running Rumpus on a Windows server.
Port Forwarding
Configuring your network to support a server is often the most difficult step in setting up a Rumpus server. Here's what needs to happen to make sure outside users can connect.
Secure Transfers
Learn how to enable HTTPS, FTPS, and SFTP to allow users to connect and transfer data securely.
Server Security
An overview of tips and suggestions for maintaining a secure server.
Updating Rumpus to a new version is easy, but a few simple precautions can ensure that upgrades go smoothly.
Web File Manager
This article covers a range of topics related to using the Rumpus Web interface.
What's New
Review the change history of Rumpus.

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