FTP Export is a DiskInternals trade name of a technology implemented by several manufacturers of various data recovery tools that allows saving recovered files to a remote server over FTP protocol.
Saving recovered files onto a separate hard disk or another partition is a requirement for successful recovery. If you don’t have a spare disk or enough free space on it, exporting recovered data to a remote location over a network may be the only option left.
FTP Export is a DiskInternals trade name of a technology implemented by several manufacturers of various data recovery tools. FTP Export allows saving recovered files to a remote server over FTP protocol. DiskInternals includes FTP Export with most of its data recovery products. The data recovery products by DiskInternals support many advanced features of the FTP protocol such as the automatic reconnect, and re-upload of failed transfers. The implementation of FTP Export employed by DiskInternals can traverse NAT routers and firewalls.
Using FTP for storing recovered files over the network is a logical choice for many software manufacturers. The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is specifically designed to handle uploads and downloads of large files over the network. FTP is widely supported by corporate and public Internet servers, and is the most common and standardized file transfer protocol.