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Setting up multiple FTP accounts, II6 windows server 2008

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Hi,
I am pretty new in windows server configuration.
I would like to setup a multiple FTP accounts on our windows 2008 server running IIS 6. One with access to C:\Sites folder, and second one with more restricted access to C:\Sites\West
I used the Default FTP under IIS to setup the first one and used the Admin User name for the computer for the login. However, I am not sure how to setup the second one.
First it complains about port and ip being the same. Second,
Do I have to make a new user account for every FTP i wanna setup ?
Can somebody walk me through that. The Microsoft hellp page on this topic is too broad.

Thanks
Ross

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