FTP IIS Codes

I see the below partial FTP Log from IIS.

530 1326 0 0 16 for a user's login.

I know 530 says user not logged in. What does other numbers indicate ?



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Brad HoweDevOps ManagerCommented:
Hi there,,

The other numbers are the advanced properties.

To view which are selected

1. Open IIS Manager
2. Click on FTP Sites
3. Right Click on your FTP site from the left and Click Properties.
4. Under "Enable Logging" in the FTP Site Tab, Click Properties again.
5. Click on Advanced TAB.

Based on the log above it the 1326 is Win32Status and the thers appear to be Bytes Sent, Bytes Received and Time Taken.

Win32 error 1326 is "Error_Logon_Failure" bad username or password.

You will be able to better figure it out by checking the settings you have configured.

Cheers,
Hades666
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coventriAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot :-)
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