Ftp using browser Internet Explorer 7

1) Open Internet Explorer 7
2) In the address bar, type the following command: ftp://username:password@domain
3) IE 7 will display a list of files and folders from the FTP domain
4) To quickly save a file locally, right-click the file and select "Save Target As..."
5) To manage the remote and locals files more completely, click the 'Page' menu button on the right-hand side of the IE 7 browser window and select the option, "Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer"
6) you can now drag-n-drop the files from remote FTP server to local file system easily
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