000026364 - How to upload files onto the RSA Secure FTP (SFTP) site for review by Customer Support

Document created by RSA Customer Support Employee on May 3, 2018
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Article Number000026364
Applies ToRSA Product Set: All products
RSA Product/Service Type: All products
  1. Logon to the RSA SFTP server with the username Support and a password of Password1.
  2. Click the link to Install the Upload/Download Wizard.  Depending on the browser you are using, you may see ActiveX (Internet Explorer) or Java (Firefox, Safari, Chrome) options.
  3. After installing the Upload/Download Wizard, you will see the Distribution/support folder structure.
  4. Select Distribution/support/incoming as the directory to which you will upload the files.  
  5. To upload the file(s), click CLICK HERE to Launch the Upload/Download Wizard.
  6. In the MOVEit Wizard window choose Add File and navigate to it on your local machine.  Alternatively, you can navigate to the file on your local machine and drag the file to the MOVEit Wizard window.
  7. Once you have selected the files or folders to upload, click Next.   Do not create a new directory.
  8. Choose Upload Files Individually (default) if you are uploading one file or choose Upload All Files As One .Zip if you selected multiple files.
  9. Fill in the Notes field with the case number. If the name of the Technical Support Engineer is known, add this to the Notes field too. Other notes can be added here as well.
  10. Click Next to upload the file(s).
  11. Click OK after the transfer is complete.
  12. Once the files are on the SFTP server, either:

  • Email the engineer assigned to your case to let him/her know that the requested files are now on the SFTP server, along with the names of the files that were uploaded; or
  • If you are registered for case management access, login to RSA Link and navigate to My RSA and then Case Management. Update your case directly, stating that the files are on the SFTP server along with the file names.
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