then Server File Management.
Choose Yes on all prompts. Listen for a series of low beeping sounds after the last prompt (this indicates the TWS is in the debug mode).
The Add / Edit File screen displays. Here you will be able to transfer files from the local computer’s disk/directory (source) to the TWS’s disk (destination).
To do this, locate and select the file from your local computer directory listing (file is highlighted when selected). Then select the target destination path in the TWS where you want the file to be transferred. Choose either C:\ or C:\HTML.
Thin Web Server
File Management Utilities
Connect to the Server.
How to copy, delete, and view files in the Thin Web Server ( to update firmware, to update documentation )
Two file management utilities are included on the install CD. One is for Serial connection and the other is for Ethernet use.
1. Connect the downloading serial cable between the TWS and your computer. Be sure that the proper COM port property settings are in effect.
on the the TWS bar click
is connected the bottom right Server Connected. On menu
corner light turns bar click Utilities
desktop to start
On the menu
Click the Update button to start the process. A DOS window opens. Let the process complete; do not interrupt it. When finished, the DOS window will close (with a series of beeping sounds).
You can review the current directory list of the TWS. To do this click the Delect File tab (bottom of screen), then click the View Server Disk button to start the process. A DOS window opens. Let the process complete; do not interrupt it. The first page of TWS files displays; press any key to display the next page of files. After the last page, the DOS window will close (with a series of beeping sounds).
You can also delete a file from the TWS directory. First, you should know exactly what and where the location of file that you wish to erase (step 7 helps you verify and locate the file). To erase the file, type in the complete source path and file name in the FileName text box. Two examples are shown below: Example 1: C:\alarm.bin This is an alarm log file in the root directory. Example 2: C:\HTML\yel.gif This is a file in the HTML subdirectory. continued on next page