FTP access denied

i configure a ftp server on windows server 2003, if i copy a file from c: to the folder inetpub\ftproot  direct from the server, i can see the file in  ftp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
but if i try to deleted or copy in my explorer ftp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  i got  FTP FOLDER ERROR detail,
200 TYPE SET TO I
227 entering passive mode (server_adress, 17, 118)
550 files_name  Access is denied

in  IIS i set the permission to that user to do everything, if i check in permission last tab he got all the right, but keep havinf this error message

what i am missing or do wrong??

thanks

sly
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MazaraatCommented:
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csk_73Commented:
Hi adminsly,

have you assigned file system permissions on the folder?

Hope this helps!

Cesc
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adminslyAuthor Commented:
never heard of isolation, the setup is by default, i only try to change user login i remove the anonymous.
firewal of windows server install

csk73 yes permission are assigne and verified

any other ideas ?


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Jeff BeckhamEngineerCommented:
Have you changed the FTP site directory to Read and Write (right-click the FTP site, "Home Directory" tab, check "Write")?
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adminslyAuthor Commented:
jebeck   that was my problem,  as soon as a check write  i could copy in it.
you came just 1hr late but you have the solution.

thanks

sly
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