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I am trying to give an outside user FTP access to one of our websites. So I set up a local group called FTP Users and placed this user in this group.

It mentioned something about needing a primary group, so I added I believe domain users to his user account membership too. So he has domain users and FTP users that he is a member of.

Anyway...

I then went into IIS 4 and added the FTP Users group into the FTP node for this particular website.

The user can login, and download files, but can not upload files. Says access is denied.

Are there a set of permissions I have overlooked somewhere??

Thanks!
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Make sure that write permissions are enabled in the Internet Service Manager, Directory Security screen.
Also, if using NTFS, make sure the user account has write permissions for the folder they are trying to upload to.
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by:gplemos
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yeah I figured it out a minute ago, damn idiot sometimes!
:-)

You'll get the points anyway!
Thanks!!
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