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Setup FTP on Windows 2000 ADC - isolated access

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I have a server running Windows 2000 Server just one AD domain.
I have set up an anonymous FTP which is working fine.  The home directory is FTP\FTPUSERS
I want to create subdirectories off FTPUSERS for CLIENTS say AAA, BBB, CCC and have each of them have just full access to their own directory.

I am sure I need to create user accounts and password for each of the clients.  I thought about making them webAAA, webBBB, webCCC to identify that would be logging in from the web.

I have looked for howto's but beyond that I am lost.
1. Can anyone point me to a step by step howto to setup separate isolated users?

2. Can I do this and keep the anonymous access until I have tested the setup and ready to switch?  They are still actively using the Anonymous FTP to transfer files and I don't want to mess up the current system.
Thanks-Naomi.
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