I'm having a problem when trying to sign in to my webserver.
I've had problems since Saturday, and logged in using CoreFTP, which I have used a thousand times before...suddenly I can't. By the way, it seems like I gain access, but the directory isn't loaded and I can't see the directory of my domains. I tried another client (FileZilla) but with the same result.
It seems like I have that problem now on all the FTP accounts I have.
My computer is protected by Norton 360 and it is Windows 7 Ultimate.
I can't think of any major changes but updates from MS Update.
Thanks to everyone in advance for helping me out.
(I suppose this is not linked to it, but I had this error "The procedure entry point ?GetHeight@CRMImage@@QBEHXZ could not be located in the dynamic link library UxCore.dll" when starting up, but according to The MS Forum it is a file to remove manually (causing that messenger would start).) CoreFTP.jpg FileZilla.jpg logs.txt
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