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trouble uploading files through an ISA server 2006

Posted on 2009-04-07
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Hello everybody, when trying to upload files through an ISA server 2006 CuteFTP fails to carry out operations on the remote server.

the error is :
Request denied.
Please verify that the file or folder exists and that you have the necessary permissions on the server to perform the requested operation

some times happens without ISA server but if i pass through the ISA  the error is every time i try put or delete something, and from home for example, the error appear  only when i try delete several dyrectories...

thank's
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This is most likely a permissions issue with the user being used to login not having permissions on the directory involved.

Check to see what you are logging in with and what rights that user has.


So, If you need help, give a shout.

Chuck House
Core Data Recovery
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thanks for your help coredatarecovery:
The user has permissions in the directory, in addition,  the same user  navigating through another gateway does not fail (either sometimes  but  it is true that sometimes it  failure wih out passing througt the isa server) , on the other side is always to delete files and directories.

But as whether that user has permissions?
thanks a lot
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NP, Let me know what you find, I'm interested in helping you resolve your issue.
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by:limonero
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ell, that day does not give me problems, maybe it was the communications operator.

thank you very much everyone for your advice
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