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SimpleFileServer Crack Mac is a web-based file server that allows any networked PC to access and download files from your computer. When the SimpleFileServer Activation Code is launched, a web interface is displayed, and files can be uploaded to it.

SimpleFileServer Torrent Download doesn’t come with an installation process, and all the required files are included with the application. It only requires.NET Framework and a web browser.
Installing.NET Framework:

Make sure the.NET Framework is installed on your PC and is accessible from your web browser. The.NET Framework can be downloaded separately, but it’s better to download it from the web and install it from an already existing.NET installer package.

Right-click the Start Menu and select “Control Panel”.

Select “Add or Remove Programs”, then select the.NET Framework.

Select “Install Updates”, then wait until the process has completed.

Install the.NET Framework:

Open the Command Prompt (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt)

Navigate to the Cracked SimpleFileServer With Keygen installation directory and run the.NET setup file “SimpleFileServer Cracked Accounts_Setup.exe”.

This will download and install the.NET Framework and start the SimpleFileServer executable.

Checking.NET Framework:

Make sure the.NET Framework is working properly by opening the Command Prompt and running the following:

C:\>cscript
%SystemDrive%\System32\tshark.exe -n -s 5 -i
C:\SimpleFileServer\Server_config.ini
C:\>

Connecting to SimpleFileServer:

You need to enter a valid IP address and port number in the Server_config.ini file, located in the SimpleFileServer installation directory.

Assuming you used a valid IP address as the bind_ip line in the server_config.ini file, then you should see the SimpleFileServer web server running, waiting for connection requests on port number 3300.

Let’s say your server is accessible on the LAN by setting the bind_ip into 192.168.1.50, and the bind_port into 3300. The domain name should be similar to this:

If the.NET Framework is installed properly, you should see a web interface where you can upload and download files.

As a test, try to open a web browser on

SimpleFileServer

1. Displays the status of remote clients connected to the server.
2. Displays the status of all local clients connected to the server.
3. Displays all remote clients.
4. Displays all local clients.
5. Displays the number of files shared by remote clients.
6. Displays the number of files shared by local clients.
7. Displays the number of remote clients connected to the server.
8. Displays the number of local clients connected to the server.
9. Displays all of the computers in the LAN.
10. Displays the IP address of the remote client.
11. Displays the local IP address of the client.
12. Stops the server, closes all clients and closes all connections.
13. Starts the server with a different port (p_port).
14. Starts the server with the default port (port).
15. Starts the server with a random port (rand_port).
16. Starts the server with a specified port (port).
17. Starts the server with a random port (rand_port).
18. Starts the server with a specified port (port).
19. Opens a log file.
20. Closes all connections.
21. Closes all files.
22. Stops the server.
23. Starts the server with the specified parameters.
24. Starts the server with the default port.
25. Starts the server with the specified port.
26. Stops the server.
27. Starts the server with a specified port (port).
28. Starts the server with a random port (rand_port).
29. Starts the server with a specified port (port).
30. Opens a log file.
31. Closes all connections.
32. Closes all files.
33. Starts the server with the specified parameters.
34. Starts the server with the default port.
35. Starts the server with a specified port.
36. Stops the server.
37. Starts the server with the specified port (port).
38. Starts the server with a random port (rand_port).
39. Starts the server with a specified port (port).
40. Opens a log file.
41. Closes all connections.
42. Closes all files.
43. Starts the server with the specified parameters.
44. Starts the server with the default
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SimpleFileServer

SimpleFileServer is a tiny command-line application that permits you to seamlessly share files in your local network via the web browser. This can be done by just opening a port to allow any other computer in your LAN to connect and download files. It’s not necessary to set up anything on the client PCs.
Installing this program isn’t required because it’s wrapped in a portable package, which can be saved anywhere on the disk and whose.exe can be double-clicked to start the server right away. However, you must have.NET Framework integrated with Windows as well as make the configuration before firing up the server.
Share files in LAN by creating a web interface
By opening the server_config.ini file, you can check out the default IP (bind_ip), port (bind_port) and shared folder (server_dir). Your computer’s local IP address is not autodetected by the app so you have to enter it yourself.
The default port is set to 3300 but can be changed into anything else (as long as it’s not currently in use). Meanwhile, the server_dir line is responsible for the directory whose containing files will be made public on the server. Once the server is launched, any machine in the local network can connect to it by opening any web browser and entering the server’s IP address and port number.
Modest but effective file sharing tool for the web browser
Back to the server, you can check out log details in the command-line interface, which are also auto-recorded to file, in order to find out the local IP address of all workstations that have connected to yours. Unfortunately, no other details are captured, such as downloaded files. Files can only be saved if the web browser supports this feature.
As the name of the application says, this is a simple application, which means that users interested in advanced features are probably looking for something more than SimpleFileServer has to handle. For example, uploading isn’t possible. Nevertheless, it offers a simple solution for keeping track of your important files when juggling multiple computers at the workplace.

Check out the demo, and make sure that it works as you expect, and that the IP address that you entered for the local network is correct.
If you want to share files via ftp, you could use WebDAV (available on Windows Explorer) or Apache’s mod_dav_svn, which is able to provide a svn repository.
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SimpleFileServer is a very simple command-line application that permits you to seamlessly share files in your local network via the web browser. This can be done by just opening a port to allow any other computer in your LAN to connect and download files. It's not necessary to set up anything on the client PCs.
Installing this program isn't required because it's wrapped in a portable package, which can be saved anywhere on the disk and whose.exe can be double-clicked to start the server right away. However, you must have.NET Framework integrated with Windows as well as make the configuration before firing up the server.
Share files in LAN by creating a web interface
By opening the server_config.ini file, you can check out the default IP (bind_ip), port (bind_port) and shared folder (server_dir). Your computer's local IP address is not autodetected by the app so you have to enter it yourself.
The default port is set to 3300 but can be changed into anything else (as long as it's not currently in use). Meanwhile, the server_dir line is responsible for the directory whose containing files will be made public on the server. Once the server is launched, any machine in the local network can connect to it by opening any web browser and entering the server's IP address and port number.
Modest but effective file sharing tool for the web browser
Back to the server, you can check out log details in the command-line interface, which are also auto-recorded to file, in order to find out the local IP address of all workstations that have connected to yours. Unfortunately, no other details are captured, such as downloaded files. Files can only be saved if the web browser supports this feature.
As the name of the application says, this is a simple application, which means that users interested in advanced features are probably looking for something more than SimpleFileServer has to handle. For example, uploading isn't possible. Nevertheless, it offers a simple solution for keeping track of your important files when juggling multiple computers at the workplace.

SimpleFileServer is a very simple command-line application that permits you to seamlessly share files in your local network via the web browser. This can be done by just opening a port to allow any other computer in your LAN to connect and download files. It’s not necessary to set up anything on the client PCs.

Installing this program isn’t required because it’s wrapped in a portable package, which can be saved anywhere on the disk and whose.exe can be double-clicked to start the server right away. However, you must have.NET Framework integrated with Windows as well as make the configuration before firing up the server.

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