O&O DiskImage supports so-calles passive FTP.
In order to save your image on an FTP Server, you’ll need to authenticate yourself in your FTP user account. The user account is essentially based on your FTP user name and the corresponding FTP password. It’s important to label FTP access as “ftp://“. Please note that the network path/server you set will be consulted while the authentication information is being detected, i.e., this string is the one being looked for.
If all the data has been correctly gathered, a test of the authentication information should be successful.
During imaging, the program (O&O DiskImage) must be given the FTP user and the path.
This is always done in the format “ftp://user@server/path“. User and server are needed in order to assign the entry correctly in the authentication information.
The user and password must be entered if an image is being selected from an FTP server via a file selection dialog, e.g., by Open file.
Using “ftp://user:password@server/“ it‘s possible to scan the folder and select the image.