ABSTRACT: How to use the Windows Internet Kermit Service: a standards-compliant File Transfer and Management Shell for Windows NT, 2000, and XP from the Kermit Project at Columbia University, available in free and secure versions.
As of Kermit 95 version: 2.0
This file last updated: 4 June 2002 (New York City time)
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1. INTRODUCTION 2. INTERACTIVE USE 2.1. K95 as a Windows Shell 2.2. How to Enter K95 Commands 2.3. How to Edit K95 Commands 2.4. Recalling Previous Commands 2.5. Cancelling a Command in Progress 2.6. Special Characters in Commands 2.7. Multi-Purpose Fields 2.8. Screen Formatting 2.9. Lots of Features 3. TRANSFERRING FILES 3.1. Sending Files from IKSD to Your Computer 3.2. Sending Files from Your Computer to IKSD 4. CLIENT/SERVER 5. AUTOMATION 6. APPLICATIONS AND EXAMPLES
The Windows Internet Kermit Service Daemon (WIKSD) for Windows NT, 2000, and XP from the Kermit Project at Columbia University lets anybody with a suitable Telnet client make connections and log in to an Internet-connected Windows PC and download, upload, and manage files. WIKSD is a self-contained, user-friendly, text-mode file-transfer and -management shell that can be accessed by Telnet using either clear-text or secure authentication methods. Here are the kinds of things that WIKSD can do (within your logged-in access rights):