FTP Site Instructions for Macintosh

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					FTP Site Instructions for Macintosh
        You cannot log on the FTP site with Internet Explorer!

  To place files on Clinton Press FTP site from a Macintosh platform:
                 Use a program called FETCH or you can
      get a free FTP client program at: http://filezilla-project.org/
               type these items in the fields as shown below:
                        Host: ftp.clintonpress.com
                             User ID: ftpuser
                          Password: FTPftp1028
            You will be connected and can upload your files.




FTP Site Instructions for PC Users
       You cannot log on the FTP site with Internet Explorer!
             From a PC platform, use Mozilla or you can
     get a free FTP client program at: http://filezilla-project.org/
                       or try instructions below:
Creating a Windows XP FTP Network Place
Once you create a network place for our FTP site, you can access our FTP site folders in
the same way you access any of your folders in Windows.

To Create a Network Place

1. In Windows XP, select Start > My Computer > My Network Places.

2. Under the “Network Tasks” sidebar, select “Add a network place.” The “Add a
Network Place Wizard” displays.




3. Click “Next”
4. Select “Choose another network location” and click “Next.”




5. Enter the FTP Address given to you i.e. ftp://ftp.mycompany.com, click “Next”
6. Make sure that the “Log on anonymously” option is NOT selected. Enter the FTP
User name that was given to you. Click “Next”




7. Type a Name for the FTP site (any name will work)
8. Click “Finish”




After you click “Finish” your network place opens in a new window, and the “Log On
As” windows displays. Enter your FTP password that was given to you. Make sure the
box IS checked that reads “Save Password” and click “Log On.”




You can open your network place at anytime by selecting Start > My Computer > My
Network Places and clicking on the folder.