THE INFORMATION IN THIS ARTICLE APPLIES TO:
- EFT Server Enterprise version 6 and later
(You need a customized version of the Web Transfer Client, available
Services to use this feature.)
When a user attempts to connect to EFT Server, the connecting client
sends a request to EFT Server, which reads the information in the HTTP
or HTTPS header, then sends a response back to the client. You can configure
a registry key on the EFT Server computer so that EFT Server reads the
information in the authenticated user's User Account Details Custom Fields,
and then adds that information to the HTTP/HTTPS response header.
For example, when a user first connects to EFT Server through the Web
Transfer Client, you might want a license to appear that they must accept
to continue. The information that the user accepted the license would
appear in the Custom Field in EFT Server and in a cookie on the client
computer, so that the user would not be asked to accept the license on
To activate this feature, create the following DWORD
A value of 1 activates the key; 0 deactivates
To create the DWORD value in a .reg file
In a text editor, such as Notepad, type or paste the
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Save the file with a .reg
Double-click the .reg
file to insert it into the Registry.
Restart the EFT Server service.
If you receive an error, open the
file to verify the information was typed correctly.
The .reg file
can be transported to and used on other computers if you have
more than one EFT Server.