Transferring Files in Java Consoles

Describes how to transfer files in Java consoles.

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Introduction

Files and folders on a local system can be shared with a target remote resource. Sharing is accomplished via file transfer.

  • For Windows devices, file transfers are enabled when an agent is installed on the resource.
  • For Linux devices, file transfers are accomplished directly through an SSH console.

Transferring files in Windows devices

To perform a file transfer in a Windows device:

  1. From All Clients, select a client.
  2. Go to Infrastructure > Consoles column, click the Consoles icon.
  3. For File Transfer, click the Java Console icon.
    File Transfer in Windows Device

    File Transfer in Windows Device

  4. Download and open the .jnlp file.
  5. From Console Login, provide Ticket ID/Alert ID.
    The number reflects as Request ID in the Consoles list.
  6. For Activity Log Note, provide comments for the RDP console activity, if any.
  7. Provide Username, Password and click Ok.
    • Note: The Username and Password fields appear disabled if provided at the time of adding console.
    • The FTRANSFER Console window appears.
    • After authenticating, OpsRamp Agent File Transfer window appears.
      Transfer Files from Local Machine to Remote Machine

      Transfer Files from Local Machine to Remote Machine

  8. From the LOCAL MACHINE panel, select the required drive and then select the required files and folders.
  9. Click Send.

The selected files/folders are transferred to the REMOTE MACHINE panel.

Transferring files in Linux devices

To perform a file transfer in a Linux device:

  1. From All Clients, select a client.
  2. Go to Infrastructure > Consoles column, click the Consoles icon.
  3. For SSH, click the Java Console icon.
    File Transfer in Linux Devices

    File Transfer in Linux Devices

  4. Download and open the .jnlp file.
  5. From Console Login, provide Ticket ID/Alert ID.
    The number reflects as Request ID in the consoles list.
  6. For Activity Log Note, provide comments for the SSH console activity, if any.
  7. Provide Username, Password and then click Ok.
    • An SSH console window appears.
    • Note: Username and password fields appear disabled if provided at the time of adding console.
    • After authenticating, the Java-based SSH remote console window appears.
  8. Click the SCP File Transfer icon.

    OpsRamp SSH Console window appears.
    Transfer Files from Local Machine to Remote Machine

    Transfer Files from Local Machine to Remote Machine

  9. From the Local System panel select the required drive and then select the required files/folders.
  10. Click the —> icon.

The selected files/folders are transferred to the Remote System panel.