SSH File Transfer protocol (SFTP), sometimes called Secure FTP, provides the ability to transfer files between autonomous systems. Azure Storage standard V2 and Premium now supports SFPT access to blob containers. This video goes over how to enable SFTP on a new storage account, then we add local users and connect with SFTP and the WinSCP client.
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Can I use SFTP with Azure file shares on a storage account?
SFTP is supported with blob storage and is a different protocol from Azure File Shares (SMB). It won’t work with Azure Gile Shares.