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By stevejohnston ·
Until recently my Companies workstations have had no problem accessing a clients ftp site, but now the only way we can access the site is directly through our server. Our client claims any changes they have made would not cause this, and our administrator says he cannot resolve the issue.
When i try to access via a workstation it informs me i have no access, possibly due to the proxy server.
Can anyone shed some light on this.
Server is NT Server, and most workstations are on Win 95. It happens with Win Me as a workstation also.

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by key In reply to ftp access

Does the NT Server (Proxy Server) provide the ftp services (port 21)?
Is the port no. on the Server changed?

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by danpiers In reply to ftp access

Sounds like a classic case to me. Your administrator can actually resolve the problem, but only by compromising the recent upgrade in your system's security (he most Likely initiated.) Considering this, his hands are tied, at least until he finds a way to keep you as secure as he wants and allow this function.

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