Administration for Managed File Transfer

Remote AdministrationGoAnywhere Director™ includes a browser-based interface for performing remote configuration and monitoring in the product. All popular browsers are supported including Microsoft Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari and Google Chrome. No special PC components are required to use GoAnywhere Director.

Most devices can be used to access GoAnywhere Director including Windows/Linux/Mac laptops and desktops, iPads, iPhones, Android phones and other smart phones.

GoAnywhere Director's dashboard provides quick links to commonly used components , as well as vital system statistics and audit logs. This intuitive interface is easy to navigate with icons, drop-down menus and tabbed screens.

GoAnywhere Director Dashboard
Dashboard - Monitor SFTP, FTPS, HTTPS, AS2 traffic and jobs in real-time

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From the dashboard, you can set up the connection settings (Resources) and define the file transfers/workflows (Projects) to perform. Once the Projects are defined, they can be executed from the dashboard or from external and remote command lines, scripts, custom programs and other schedulers. With this interface, you will be able to remotely watch Projects as they execute (active jobs) and view audit logs of any completed jobs.

You can also use the dashboard to configure users and security settings, set up file monitors for scanning folders and schedule jobs to run at future dates and times. Authorized users can utilize the integrated key manager to create and maintain Open PGP keys, SSH keys and SSL certificates.

Help is just a click away in GoAnywhere Director since all screens include context-sensitive instructions and field-level documentation. Additionally, on-line video tutorials and a comprehensive knowledgebase are available from the Help menu. Since no programming or special skills are needed to use GoAnywhere Director, new users can generally be productive within minutes.


GoAnywhere Director can be installed onto Windows, Linux, IBM i, AIX (pSeries), UNIX, HP-UX, Mac OS and Solaris platforms.  IBM i is also referred to as System i, iSeries, as400, as/400 and i5.