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Connections

Number of simultaneous connections

The highest possible number of simultaneous connections to the site of the FTP server from which the data are being downloaded. The default (and the recommended) value is 10 connections. By specifying another number of connections, you influence the speed of downloading. If the value of this parameter is large, it may result in the server overload and timeouts when downloading some pages.

Use Internet Explorer cookies

This option allows SurfOffline to send MS Internet Explorer cookies to the server it is downloading files from. It allows you to download sites that use cookies for identification. Before downloading such a site, you should go there using the internal browser and log in. After that the downloading process will be the same as at usual sites.

Internal HTTP server port

It is the port of the internal HTTP server. The default value is 8081. The internal server allows you to view downloaded pages not only on the computer where SurfOffline is installed, but also on other Intranet computers. To view downloaded pages on another computer, enter the following address in the browser http://192.168.3.1:8081/ where 192.168.3.1 is the IP address of the computer SurfOffline is running on, and 8081 is the port of the internal HTTP server.

Identify Agent as

This field shows how SurfOffline identifies itself to the server it is downloading files from. Some servers do not allow offline browsers to download their content, that is why the by default SurfOffline identifies itself as IE 5.0.
You can change this value either by selecting one from the list or by specifying any other value.

Http proxy

Http proxy type

If you use a proxy server to connect to the Internet, select the appropriate type of proxy server from the list. SurfOffline can work via Http, Socks 4, Socks 5 proxy servers.

Server

The proxy server address.

Port

The proxy server port.

User name

If your proxy server requires authorization, enter the login in this field.

Password

If your proxy server requires authorization, enter the password in this field.

Autodetect proxy

Pressing the "Autodetect proxy" button will make the program take the MS Internet Explorer proxy settings.

Ftp proxy

Ftp proxy type

If you use a proxy server to connect to the Internet, select the appropriate type of proxy server from the list. SurfOffline can work via Ftp, Socks 4, Socks 5 proxy servers.

Server

The proxy server address.

Port

The proxy server port.

User name

If your proxy server requires authorization, enter the login in this field.

Password

If your proxy server requires authorization, enter the password in this field.

Passive mode

If your computer uses a firewall, you will probably have to check this checkbox for the correct work via FTP.

Folders

Save downloaded files to

This field specifies the folder where all downloaded files and sites are stored. Do not specify a very long path to the saved files, for it may result in problems when saving downloaded files with long names. Try to use a short path, for example: C:\MyWeb\

Disk free space

Shows how much free space is left on the disk containing the folder specified in the "Save downloaded files to" field

Disk free space limit

This field limits the free space on the disk containing the folder specified in the "Save downloaded files to" field. If the free space is less than the specified value, the process of downloading is immediately stopped.

Write log file

If this option is on, all details of the downloading process are saved to the file SO.log. The log file can be found in the folder specified in the "Save downloaded files to" field. Each time the "Run" command is performed, the file is cleared and new information is saved to it.

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Date: December 13, 2017