Win 2003 Server Web Edition strange FTP Program

Ok experts this is the stranges thing I have ever seen.  Hope someone has run across this!  I have a client that has 2 websites hosted on my Win 2003 Web Edition box.  The IUSR username for each site has the same permission and where installed the same way.  They are actually the same site just with color changes and a different logo.  I have a external Cisio router on the box.  Here is the issue.  The client can upload files to one of the website with no problems (copy over files, add files, etc).  The second website we are unable to copy over and gives an error message.  200 Type Set to I, 227 Enter Passive Mode and 550 Access denied.  I have checked everything I know and have been all over the internet.  If neither of the sites could FTP data I would think it was a firewall setting but this seems to be the only site with the problem.  I am really a programmer and not a networker so please be very clear in what you want me to try.
Any suggestions???

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MiracleByDesignConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
The ftp access was available after the project was deleted and reloaded.  Not sure if something was corrupt in the Plesk management software.
Seems like a permission problem. Did you right-click on the folder where you're having difficulties and check the Security tab to see if the user has read/write/modify permission.
MiracleByDesignAuthor Commented:
yes, I did.  There are read/write permission on the httpdocs folder. It appears to be the only folder having this issue.  I have another folder in the same virtual directory anon_ftp and I can copy into this folder and copy over any file I want.  I thought it might be a permission somewhere but I am just not sure where else to look.  Thanks for the idea though!
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