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    Windows 10 and upload to FTP

    Hi Experts

    I was hoping someone have found a solution for upload of documents to FTP Server after the new windows 10?

    I have the below VBA that have been working fine until the company decided to update to windows 10 and beside that they have disable Internet explore and change to google Chrome and the script havenn´t worked since there.

    Does anyone know howto upload file to an FTP server? maybe theres another workaround for my challange?

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    Re: Windows 10 and upload to FTP

    I have no idea whether Google Chrome has a usable object model, but Windows 10 has a command line ftp client. Maybe your employer's IT people have disabled it too, in which case you'd need to talk to IT to tell them you need to do this and ask them what tool you could use to automate this.

    Anyway, if you have the command line ftp client, you can script it. See this. You could use VBA to write the script file, then call the command line ftp client using VBA's Shell function.

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    Re: Windows 10 and upload to FTP

    Thanks, It seams the FTP.exe are active and could be used... I´ll try to see if I could call the ftp from the VBA as I´m a littel unsure how to do this.

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