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Hello,
 Can I create an FTP site on a server using FileZilla (with out adding FTP though add\remove windows components)? Thanks!
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Yes. You don't need IIS for FTP if you are using a 3rd party application like FileZilla.
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any idea how? Where is the rootfolder is when you do it though the FileZilla?
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Thanks!
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