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Configuring FTP In NT 4.0

By ttripoli ·
How do I configure the FTP server in NT 4.0 to list folders that are not in the default root of the FTP server?

Why is it not allowing any connections other then anonymous?

Yes I have marked in IIs to allow secured connections.

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by cray In reply to Configuring FTP In NT 4.0

In the IIS management console go the the properties of the FTP site. Go to the home directory tab, select directory located on this computer, click browse and navigate to the folders that you want to use instead of the root (its one or the other).
As for connections, go to the security accounts tab, make sure allow anonymous is checked(if you need this capability) and Allow only anonymous connections is UNCHECKED. Also make sure that the NTFS permissions are set to allow the proper users.

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by lewey04 In reply to Configuring FTP In NT 4.0

Well with the information provided, here goes.
You need to open Internet Serverice Manager, bring up the Default FTP site properties. On the Home Directories tab change the local path to the location you want to list. Make sure that you have given appropriate rights the users that need access.
On the Security accounts tab make sure the "Allow only anonymous connections is NOT checked".
Good luck and I hope this helps. I tried these suggestions on my server and it worked fine so I hope I explained it clearly enough.

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