FTP UPload Issue Though ISA 2006

Posted on 2009-04-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-29
I am facing issue in uploading files through FTP. I can successfully upload without proxy server while facing 'Error 505' when try to upload through ISA 2006. I have select all outbound traffic in ISA rules.
Question by:Muhammad_Amjad
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    Accepted Solution

    By default FTP access is read only in ISA. Right click your outbound rule and select 'configure FTP', you will then get the option to enable FTP uploads.

    Author Comment

    Excellent, Thank you.

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