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Im testing the web server 2008 r2 os and its on a local ip 192.1.1.1 , trying to setup ftp I have iis running fine but when i try to log into ftp it doesnt show the file in ftp directory but it does show the user logged in. any ideas?
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Have you set up the data channel port range?

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/309/configuring-ftp-firewall-settings/
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did you neglect ftp authorization rules
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