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FTP asks username password first time only. It automatically opens next time without asking login credenticals

Posted on 2011-02-15
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Hi experts,

I have configured FTP on windows server 2008 sp2. when i access ftp.xyz.com it asks for username\password.
when i rowse next time for ftp.xyz.com it directly opens the ftp previous page without asking login credentials.

i have disabled ananymous login as well. Can some body suggest what to do to get out of this issue?
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Question by:anuboggaram
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zippybungle2003 earned 250 total points
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Thts more likely an IE issue than FTP, try disabling cookies
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by:AlexPace
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I agree with zippy.  Most likely the credentials are being sent every time but automatically on subsequent connection attempts.  You can probably verify it by using another FTP client, especially one capable of producing a protocol-level trace log so you can tell if it is sending credentials.
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