Can Map a Drive to a customer server but can't FTP to the server
How do I connect to a Customer Server using FTP when I can connect with no problems mapping a drive to the server.
Windows 7 Professional
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I have X drive mapped to --> \\220.127.116.11\MyFolder with no problems - I can copy files to my machine from the server and from my machine to the server.
I've tried to hookup the FTP (Using Directory Opus) using --> \\18.104.22.168\MyFolder and get --> WsaeconnRefused:Connection refused
(note: I've tried it without \\ and without the folder same results.)
Why do I care - Just have mapped drives
There are actually 4 different areas I need to link to.
So If I keep them mapped - I have 4 drives that are not connected if I'm not hooked to my customer's server. Win 7 (especially on older programs) will spend up to a minute when you try to look for a folder in the file open operation if you have mapped drives it can't get to.
If I unmap them it's a pain to map them each time I need them.
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