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I'm about to start updating sites on a new PC.. is there a way to copy over previously stored FTP details from my old machine?

For security reasons the FTP credentials aren‘t stored within the .muse file. On a Mac, they are stored in your machine‘s „keychain“, but they aren‘t automatically allocated on the respective Muse document on a new machine. This would make your server space unsecured and vulnerable.

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Copy Saved FTP Details

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I'm about to start updating sites on a new PC.. is there a way to copy over previously stored FTP details from my old machine?

For security reasons the FTP credentials aren‘t stored within the .muse file. On a Mac, they are stored in your machine‘s „keychain“, but they aren‘t automatically allocated on the respective Muse document on a new machine. This would make your server space unsecured and vulnerable.

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For security reasons the FTP credentials aren‘t stored within the .muse file. On a Mac, they are stored in your machine‘s „keychain“, but they aren‘t automatically allocated on the respective Muse document on a new machine. This would make your server space unsecured and vulnerable.

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Get in the habit of writing down your log-in credentials, usernames, passwords & pin numbers in a card file like this one.   Strore  in a safe place.

https://www.ipragmatech.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/rolodex.png

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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