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Setting up Serv-U File sharing expiration

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Updated March 6, 2018


This article describes how you can set a specific number of days before a file share link expires.


  • Serv-U MFT version 15 and later


  1. Open the Serv-U Management Console.
  2. Go to the domain you want to configure.
  3. Click Limits and Settings then under limit type select File Sharing. n3s5qr2 - Imgur.png
  4. Double click "Duration before guest link expires", click Add then choose Yes to create a new limit.
  5. Set the number of days then click save.
  6. You will see another entry highlighted in white which means this in-use. CZuLc1L - Imgur.png


Note: The default value cannot be deleted.




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