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I just purchased another server running Windows Standard Server 2003 R2 x64.  I would to use it as an FTP server for my clients to connect and use as an off-site backup server.  Is there a way I can configure an FTP server is IIS to all FTP users access so when they login they only have access to there folder?

Example: the root of the FTP on the server is D:\FTP.  When "user01" logs in they only see D:\FTP\USER01 and when "user02" logs in they see D:\FTP\USER02.

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in that article, you are looking isolated user ftp
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