I've created an FTP site with a virtual directory pointing to a folder on our file server. The Web server is in the DMZ and the file server is on our protected LAN, When I try to access the FTP site/folder in IE using the url ftp://x.x.x.x/outlet
I get the authentication screen and then log in using /domain/username and their password. I then get "An error occurred opening the folder on the FTP server. Make sure you have permission to access this folder. Details: 550/outlet/outlet: The system cannot find the file specified." The folder name, virtual directory name and user all use 'outlet'.
I can access the site using my admin equivalent username. I can also access the folder if I use a command line ftp session and use the outlet username. I can log into a workstation as user outlet and use Windows Explorer to navigate to the folder and open a file. Also, this is a duplicate of another FTP site I set up that seems to have no problems - but uses a different username for access. Both users were created just for their respective FTP site's access.
So, why can't I get to ftp://x.x.x.x/outlet
using IE and user outlet????