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This deals with an answer that predates me, but I'll try to help you. Secure FTP relying upon SSH2 requires there to be a server side component and a client. As to secure FTP without server implementation, there would have to be some sort of component on a server for handling secure communication, encryption/decryption, and protocol. Perhaps what you are asking is whether the server side elements are built in, and some guidance for that can be found at www.openssh.com. I hope that provides some help.
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