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Windows Server 2003 FTP Service

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I need to setup my FTP server on my machine but i do not have the CD for Windows Server 2003. In the add componenets it asks for it when i want to install the FTP service in IIS. Is there any other way to get these files to install the FTP Service or am i out of luck. If someone has these files could they zip them for me and maybe send then since i need this right away and the CD is at home. Thanks.
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by:Phillip_Christensen
ID: 18819130
If you have the FTP service installed on another server,  you could browse to that server's %windir%\system32 directory and search for the files.  That may work, I haven't tried it.  Alternatively, if you just need quick and dirty FTP, something like Filezilla (http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/) might do the trick for you.

I can't find a list of files need by the FTP service, if you can provide that list, I may be able to provide them.
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by:zx10r
ID: 18819215
The files are below i believe

Ftpctrs.ini
Ftpctrs.h
Ftpctrs2.dll
MSFTPSVC
Iis4_03.cab
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by:zx10r
ID: 18819223
oop NVM the MSFTPSVC  and Iis4_03.cab

just:

Ftpctrs.ini
Ftpctrs.h
Ftpctrs2.dll
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ID: 18819293
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by:zx10r
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man now it is asking for ftpmib.dll
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by:Phillip_Christensen
ID: 18819439
Sorry for the delay, I got pulled away from my desk.  ftpmib.dll is now uploaded.
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by:zx10r
ID: 18819466
=/ now it asks for iis6.cab  I checked on google but could not find that either. Lets hope this is the last file
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Phillip_Christensen earned 2000 total points
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I've uploaded IIS6.cab.
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by:zx10r
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finaly it finished. Thanks for all the help sir.
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by:nunalves
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i'd like this pack of files, but the link is dead...

could someone reup?
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