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Different Usernames for FTP

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I'm currently running an FTP server on my Win2k Server w/ IIS 5.0, and i'm trying to find a way to have it send a user to different root folders if they enter different usernames and passwords. So far i havent been able to figure this out, but i'm fairly new to running a server so i probably overlooked something. Can anyone explain how this would be possible?
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BTW:

easiest way for a user to log in with pw:

ftp://[username]@xyz.com

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Spyder,
I understand from the Grade B you gave me, that you were not fully satisfied with my answer. Should that occur in the future, please ask for more info before grading/accepting an answer, so we can make sure that you get what you need.

Thanx for the points.

Kind regards,
Svcen
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