Can't trnasfer files into my FTP account

Hi ,

I have a web server with win2k.
I have a default website in Internet service mangager where different websites a stored and accessible through the internet.
Lately i had to create another FTP site to let a person acces a specific folder in the the default website. When i configure the the parameters on my FTP software i can connect to the FTP folder. Everything about the connection works, but the problem is when i try to transfer some files into the FTP folder a message pops up and says, access denied.
The FTP folder is directly linked to the folder on the default web site.
I created in addition to the anonymous access an account for the person supposed to access the FTP file.
I can't transfer anything into this FTP as well with the anonymous access as with this particular account i created.

Do you guys have any idea.

Thanks
Ygal_BenabouAsked:
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kain21Commented:
go to the directory you have set as the home directory and check the security permissions... give the account you login as through ftp full control of the directory...
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trymelatrCommented:
Have you set the file access permissions on the folder to allow the FTP user to write to that folder?  As well as delete if you want that capability too?
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gdplusmoreCommented:
Disable anonymous access and follow below link:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;239120

Best Regards
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