Thedialog box supports two "drag-and-drop" methods for transferring files, in addition to specifying files and using the directional buttons.
Before you can transfer a file for the first time, your administrator must upload the host file transfer program.
To transfer a file
Start Reflection and log on to the host computer as usual.
The steps depend on your user interface mode.
User Interface Mode
The Reflection Ribbon
On thetab, from the group, click .
The Reflection Browser
On the Reflection menu, chooseand then .
Tap the Wrench icon and then under, select .
From thedialog box, select a .
Select the action you want to occur if the transferred file exists in the target location.
For more information about the options available, see the Transferring Existing Files topic.
Click thebutton, and configure the file transfer settings.
For most situations, you can configure for file transfers by selecting a preset configuration in thetab.
Perform the file transfer using one of the following methods:
Drag one or more files directly from Windows Explorer to the Host icon in thedialog box (or from the list to Windows Explorer).
Drag one or more files between theand boxes in the dialog box.
Type one or more filename(s) in the text boxes, and then click one of thebuttons.
For more information about the filenaming options available, see the Filenaming and Wildcards topic.
When the transfer begins, the ESC, or press SPACEBAR.window opens. When transferring multiple files, this window displays the name of each file as it is being transferred; when the option is set to or there is some other error that stops the transfer, any remaining files matching a wildcard specification are not transferred. To cancel a file transfer in progress, click the button, press