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Hi,
Iam having a windows 2000 server on which IIS is installed.In ftp service I have created a virtual directory which is pointing to one directory on remote windows 2000 professional system,which is working fine.Like wise I have created one more virtual directory which is pointing to one directory on remote windows-NT workstation,which is also working fine.
But when I created virtual directory which is pointing to one directory on remote windows-95 system giving error,in IIS window we can notice this with a red colour icon.

please help me why Iam getting a error while Iam creating a   virtual directory in ftp service with a remote windows-95 system
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Hi,
What si the exact error message?  Are the share permissions set-up correctly?

-Gac
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