SFTP Server

SFTP Server allows you to share / exchange files via the SSH File Transfer Protocol (also Secure File Transfer Protocol, or SFTP).

* Note: ports below 1024 are not supported due to sandboxing.

* Features

• Secure file transfer
• Built-in SFTP accounts (independent of the macOS accounts)
• Per-user home directories
• Simple and easy to configure
• Supports popular SFTP clients such as FileZilla and WinSCP
• Supports documents, photos, movies, apps, backups, folders and other files

* The default document root points to “/Users/*username*/Library/Containers/net.langui.SFTPServer/Data/Documents/SFTPShare”, you can press Command-G in Finder to go to the destination folder.

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11 Comments.

  1. Roberto Bastasin

    Dear Sir,

    please, can you add one more picture with a print screen for adding a new user?

    Best Regards

  2. Hi
    Is there a way to make this software working as a service? I bought it and I love it. But SFTP server doesn’t automatically start when my distant server reboot. I have to start a session. Then SFTP is working. For secure reason it is not possible to activate automatic login on the server.
    Thanks.

  3. Hi

    Can we start the SFTP server Service in the Background and runs without login in on the Mac Mini Server.

    Regards Otto

  4. hi, is there any way to edit user permissions. For instance giving them read only access?

    • Hi Marcel,

      Currently SFTP Server does not support setting the permission for each user yet.
      But you can change the user’s home directory to read only in Finder (right click -> Get Info -> Share & Permissions).

      Thank you!

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