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By BorgInva ·
I am using IIS for FTP. It works with one directory. But my drive is so small, I have to put files on 2 hard drives. Is it possible to get IIS to work with 2 drives for FTP files using just the same 1 login?
Thank you.

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by rindi1 In reply to IIS FTP

Which OS plattform are you using? This may differ depending on that. On our Windows 2003 server with IIS and FTP installed there's no problem creating more than 1 ftp site. Just open your Internet Information Services Manager, click yourself to the Default ftp site, do a rightclick and select new. You can now create a new ftp site and give that site a home directory on your other drive...

But as I said, this may differ depending on your plattform and version of IIES/FTP Server.

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Comment from BorgInva on 12/01/04 :
Mark,
Sorry, XP Pro SP2.

I right clicked and added a new virtual directory using a folde ron my F drive. So the default's home is c:\FTP and the virtual directory is f:\ftp2. I restarted FTP but when I log into it, I still see only the files of C:\FTP.

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by BorgInva In reply to IIS FTP

Mark,
Sorry, XP Pro SP2.

I right clicked and added a new virtual directory using a folde ron my F drive. So the default's home is c:\FTP and the virtual directory is f:\ftp2. I restarted FTP but when I log into it, I still see only the files of C:\FTP.

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by rindi1 In reply to IIS FTP

The FTP versions running on windows Servers are more configurable than those running on workstation systems, I had gone from the assumption you were using a server product, soory.

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