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Connecting a Mac to a SBS 2008 FTP site

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How can I connect a Mac to a SBS 2008 FTP site?  I try from Finder and it tells me Error 36, "The Finder can not complete the operation because some data in <filename> could not be read or written.

I've tried Cyberduck and it just times out trying to connect.  

I'm very new to the Mac so be gentle. :)

Thanks,
Craig
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Are you trying to connect locally or over the internet?
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Both.  I have a user that will be uploading from the Internet and another that will be grabbing that info locally.
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Can you connect using a PC? It should work exactly the same from a Mac. Try using RBrowser: http://www.rbrowser.com/ You can download it and use if for free providing you are only using it for FTP and not for the more advanced features which are locked out unless you pay the fee.
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That RBrowser works great!  Thanks for the advice.
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