I uninstalled the FTP server we were using and reinstalled it. Its a windows XP Pro machine and it acts as the local file server for the network. We also use it to FTP to, so we have an FTP app running on it. The app is SERV-U.

Anyway, I uninstalled and reinstalled it and now I can authenticate to it, but I do not see any directories. All the permissions per user are set for full read/write access. This fileserver/FTP server sits behind a domain controller. Any connection??????/

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Hi ex-engineer,

are you using the inbuilt windows IIS?

The domain controller is not causing any isues here. I think your issue is when you uninstalled and reinstalled serv-u. I don't believe serv-u will save your settings. You will have to log back on to this machine and setup serv-u again.

Jay_Jay70: he is using serv-u for an ftp server. IIS FTP sucks

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ahh i didnt even see that    im out!
Jay_Jay70, was this the issue? was everything resolved?
I mean ex-engineer, was this the issue?
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