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By bhayes ·
I can get ftp access to work with an anonymous login, but not a standard NT user account and password. What am I doing wrong?

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by david In reply to FTP Access for a website ...

Have you tried unchecking Anonymous login and checking Basic Authentication? Is this Workstation or Server? If it is Wokstation I have had just the oposite happen. Basic would work but not anonymous. I moved the FTP site to Server and it worked fine.

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by mrushing In reply to FTP Access for a website ...

Make sure that you allow standard authentication. You also must make sure that the account you are using has logon locally rights on the server.

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by Chuck Rothman, GSEC In reply to FTP Access for a website ...

You may need to set up a virtual directory for each username. The default directory for user accounts is always the user's name and IIS uses the Windows NT permissions to give access to that directory. I think that if you use a username without a virtual directory, it doesn't know where to look for the permissions.

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by mbolen In reply to FTP Access for a website ...

If users with Basic Authentication rights are having trouble accessing your site, ensure that the login user has Log on locally rights in Windows NT User Manager
for Domains:
In User Manager, select User Rights in the Policies menu, choose the right Log On Locally and make sure IUSR_ or the account you have chosen for anonymous access, shows up in the list.
Don't forget about the security risk and showing PW in clear text. Config you SSL if it's a concern.
Hope your now connecting.

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