How do I transfer files to my Windows Server?

One simple method of transferring data to your windows server is by doing so through Remote Desktop

Open the 'Remote Desktop Connection' program on your computer

Click Options -> Local Resources
under Local Devices and Resources select More

Enable any drives that you wish to have access to from the remote server, Save changes and then Connect

Note:
You can also establish secure FTP sites using IIS or any other FTP Server software
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