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Idont have any idea about how to create a virtual directory .......

Posted on 2004-10-08
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Hi Guys,

 I have a Windows 2003 server. I dont have any idea about how to create a virtual directory and give persmissions to it. Also donno how to configure IIS. A guy wants some space to be alloted on the server, so that he can remotely access that folder to store his files and access the SQL Server database that is on that machine.....  I think we need to give him ftp persmissions to inorder to load his files remotely..

 what should I do for his case...

Please provide me with step by step procedure. I will be very gr8ful to u guys if do it soon......

Thanks
aman
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OK, If you mean for IIS, use this Microsoft How-to Doc.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;816576&Product=winsvr2003

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