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FTP Permission Denied

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When I try to open an FTP session to my NT 4 system from another system (AIX, SUN, etc) I get a Connection refused message. What must I do on my NT system to permit an FTP connection?
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You must have your connecting account have 'logon on locally' user right on your NT FTP server. You can give the account right through user manager.
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Check if the FTP service is running. It's usually off on well secured stations.
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