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How to setup FTP access to my IIS website web folder (multiple sites hosted)

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I have IIS install and several sites hosted - using a single IP and multiple headers.
I can ftp to the server but when I login it takes me to the ftpfoot folder
I really want to setup ftp for a couple of accounts so we can ftp to the specific web folder for each web site.
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Create a virtual directory under your FTP site which points to the web root of the site(s) in question. Only allow one account access to each virtual directory as you see fit.
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I have created this now.
What do I do to setup a login account that will work with this?
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Take a look at the following Microsoft URL, as it details what you need to do to get this working:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS/53e0e247-be2b-4b0d-8dee-04f71ad6c14a.mspx?mfr=true
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Thanks - sorted it now before you came back (even though you cam back very quick - thanks)
Will look through the technote anyway in case there's any security stuff or other advise.

Thanks
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Great news! Glad I could help you out..
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