If you would like to store Ad Hoc users' folders on a remote computer, you can configure that in EFT Server's Virtual File System. Similar to a shortcut, you can point a Virtual Folder to a physical path on the same computer or on a remote computer, but the computer on which Secure Ad Hoc Transfer and IIS are installed must have permission to write to the folder.
To specify Virtual Folders for Ad Hoc users
Create the shared folder on the computer on which you want to store Ad Hoc users' home folders.
Ensure that Secure Ad Hoc Transfer and IIS have read and write permission on the folder.
In EFT Administrator, connect to the Server, then click the VFS tab.
Right-click the Site tree, then click New Virtual Folder. The New Virtual Folder dialog box appears.
In the Alias box, type any name. For example, type adhoc2.
In the Target box, type the physical path to the location. For example, type \\10.1.2.3\adhoc2
Click the Server tab, then click the Adhoc node.
On the Main tab, in the Home folder box, type the Virtual Folder name.
Click Apply to save the changes on the Server.
Now when a file is sent, the Ad Hoc user's home folder is created at the location you specified for the Virtual Folder.