troubleshooting Question

The AD users just need FTP root directory access. How ?

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I have a Windows 2003 Server  with IIS and FTP.  My plan is to move the company website and FTP from a hosted enviorment to a company domain. My question is if I need to have a shared FTP root that needs 50+ user directories for 50+ users to upload ftp; I already created the 50 users is active directory. They are outside clients that need to upload ftp. What is the fasted and best way to give them access to there own
FTPROOT\Client\<username> directory only, with AD. Do I need to map drive with a login script ? Do I have to go to each directory and assign directory and file access permission. I need some ideas to speed things up ? Can the FTProot\Root\username be a home directory ?
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