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Remove domain requirement on ftp login

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I have set up a couple of ftp sites on my server.  When a user logs in it "catches" it and sends them to their respective folder.  It works well.  Only thing is, the original ftp user I set up months ago requires domain\username to login.  The 2nd user I created a couple of weeks ago does not require this and I can't figure out why.  I tried running some script I found online that said it would accomplish this by setting "the default ftp domain" but did not have any success.
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I guess I'll just close this.
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One workaround I used was to create local accounts on the server for the users. It's more administration and less security, but it does work.
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