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Reflection FTP and Win2000

Posted on 2001-06-18
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We use a program called Reflection FTP Version 5.10 and it used to work just fine on Windows NT.

Since we upgraded to Windows 2000, and we try to get a file from the server and put it on our client machines, it gives us a message saying : "Not enough disk space to get file."

Has anyone used Reflection FTP and run into this problem before?

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Question by:liebrand
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by:geoffryn
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Only version 8.0 of the client is certified under 2000.  You might want to upgrade.
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by:liebrand
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Geoffryn,

Do you have a link that says so? If so, that would be great, if not its cool too!
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I guess I will accept this! Thank you
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