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How can i setup a secure ftp server. I;m using IIS 5.0 windows 2000 server and i would like my client connect to my ftp securely

There is anyway that i can provide SSL for FTP and if yes i need guide how to do it

or how to setup SSL on windows 2000 server

Thanks
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I would recommend Serv-U FTP Server. Fairly easy to setup.

Installation Instructions Here: http://www.ccsoftware.ca/ftpservu/install.cfm

Detailed Information / Movies Here: http://www.serv-u.com/helpdesk.asp?Prod=su

Online Help System Here: http://www.serv-u.com/help
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I use scp to copy files between a variety of Windows and unix machines. All traffic is transported using ssh. On most unices it is standard. On Windows you can use the Cygwin environment: http://cygwin.com
For a friendly Windows client, look for WinScp at http://winscp.sourceforge.net/eng/

As an added bonus also check out rsync, which can keep two directories in sync very efficiently between different servers.
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1.      Click on Start.
2.      Click on Settings.
3.      Select Control Panel.
4.      Select Add/Remove Programs.
5.      Click on Add Remove Windows Components.
6.      Select Internet Information Services (IIS).
7.      Click the details button and make sure that the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server option is selected (Not selected by default).

8.      Click Next and follow the prompts to finish the installation.

To Configure FTP:

1.      Click on Start.
2.      Click Programs.
3.      Click Administrative Tools (If Administrative Tools are not present here, they can be accessed from the Control Panel).
4.      Select Internet Services Manager.
5.      Click on the Plus Sign next to the Computer Name to expand the Internet Services available.
6.      Right Click on Default FTP and select Properties to configure the FTP Server.
* Set the options as needed.
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or try bftpserver its much simpler.
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