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File Management Utilities

CAUTION Be sure that you are certain of file(s) to delete in the following procedure.

Thin Web Server

  • 9.

    To start the file delete process click the Delete button once. 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).

  • 10.

    When finished, click the Cancel buttons to return to the main screen. On the menu bar click Communication then Disconnect from the Server.

11. Reset the TWS. Insert a pin or paper clip into the hole marked RESET (top center); or disconnect power supply plug to the TWS for 15 seconds, then reconnect it..

Ethernet Connection

  • 1.

    The computer must be connected to the same network as the TWS. See Section 6, How to create an Ethernet TCP/IP network connection (select either Windows 2000 or XP).

  • 2.

    Double click the icon on the Windows desktop to start the TWS software. On the menu bar click Communication, then select Connect to the Server. When TWS is connected the bottom right corner light turns green Server Connected. On menu bar click Utilities then FTP Utility.

3.

Click the Start Internet Session button (top left) once. Type the TWS IP Address in the FTP Server Name text box. Type the username and password listed below:

username: guest

password: guest

username: asco

password: asco

NOTE: Select the Passive FTP syntax checkbox

  • .

  • 4.

    Click Connect to start connection to the TWS FTP server. Once connected, the screen left pane shows the current TWS directory resources. The right pane shows your local computer directory resources.

  • 5.

    To transfer a file from the TWS to the local computer, locate and select the file from the TWS directory listing (file will be highlighted). Next, on the local directory list, locate the parth and directory you want the file to be copied to. Then select the Ascii option button for a text file, or select the Binary option button for all other files. Now, click the Get button to start the transfer.

6.

To transfer a file from the local computer to the TWS, locate and select the file from your local computer directory listing (file will be highlighted). Next, on TWS directory list, locate the path and directory you want the file to be copied to. Then select the Ascii option button for a text file, or select the Binary option button for all other files. Click the Put button to start the transfer.

  • 7.

    To delete a file from the TWS directory, follow a similar procedure (as above), but click the Delete button once. This applies to the TWS directory.

  • 8.

    When finished, click the Disconnect button, click the the Close Internet Session button, then close window.

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