Is this your own PC or an end user? If it is yours and you have RDi loaded you can drag/drop it using that.

Alternatives include mapping a network drive to the IFS or simply using FTP from the PC to download the file. Personally I use Filezilla for this task rather than do it by hand.


On 2014-07-24, at 10:23 AM, Richard Reeve <rjrjr64@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All,

Is there a way to copy a file on the IFS to a local PC using Inav? I
have created a file (pipe delimted) in a directory on the IFS and need to
import that file to a local p.c.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

Rich
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