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    Hi,

    I have a win 2003 FTP server. I have disabled anonymous login and created a number of local user accounts. When I logon to the server (even with the Administrator account) I have read-only permissions.
    Where can I change the permissions so that i can create files through ftp?

    Thanks
    Eli Leibzon

  • #2
    already looked at you're ntfs security?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dumber
      already looked at you're ntfs security?
      done that on the FTP home directory!! doesn't help!
      Eli Leibzon

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      • #4
        Have the Write Permissions been set in the Propeties page
        Attached Files
        1 1 was a racehorse.
        2 2 was 1 2.
        1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
        2 2 1 1 2

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        • #5
          you are showing web properties, and i am talking about FTP server. In addition i need to conrol the rights per user.
          Eli Leibzon

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          • #6
            but hose are FTP settings:
            Attached Files
            Guy Teverovsky
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            • #7
              Originally posted by eleibzon
              you are showing web properties, and i am talking about FTP server. In addition i need to conrol the rights per user.
              If you need to restrict the access on a per users basis you'll need to use FTP User Isolation.

              http://www.microsoft.com/resources/d...tp_isolate.asp

              Microsoft's FTP service doesn't use NTFS permissions to distinguish a user's rights to a directory. It's either all or nothing - in terms of writing. User Isolation will allow you to restrict write access on a per user basis to that user's home directory and give you the ability to have a common shared space using virtual directories.
              Andrew

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              • #8
                same problem

                hi all
                setting an ftp server with users isolation i have always the problem that give me 530 error telling that home directory is not accessible .
                so i tryed doing evrything but it's abnormal i think
                so any help ?=


                the error is


                530 User ftp cannot log in, home directory inaccessible.
                Accesso non riuscito.
                ftp>

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                • #9
                  mmhhh

                  TRY THIS: Add read right for this user in NTFS security settings for both: general home FTP directory and user home directory. It helped me in the same situation!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Setting permissions in Windows 2003 FTP Server

                    Hello,

                    530 User <Username> Cannot Log In, Home Directory Inaccessible

                    Best regards

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                    • #11
                      Re: Setting permissions in Windows 2003 FTP Server

                      Originally posted by azharsalim
                      Hello,

                      530 User <Username> Cannot Log In, Home Directory Inaccessible

                      Best regards
                      What the hell is that supposed to mean???

                      If you have a problem post a new thread.

                      DON'T HIJACK A THREAD THAT IS NEARLY 6 MONTHS OLD.

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