If you select UTF-8, the FTP client converts file names and path names to UTF-8 before sending them to the server and converts the file names and path names to the local client encoding when receiving the files from the server. For this to happen, the FTP server must support UTF-8 encoded path names. The default is ASCII when there is no conversion.
Enabled if you select UTF-8 encoding type. Select a language for FTP greetings and error messages. The default is the language of the Z and I Emulator for Web client. If the FTP server does not support the language you select or the default Z and I Emulator for Web client language, then the greetings and error messages appear in English.
Lock (Z and I Emulator for Web Administrator only)
Check Lock to prevent users from changing the associated startup value for a session. Users can not change values for most fields because the fields are unavailable. However, functions accessed from the session menu bar or tool bar can be changed.