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Posted on 2014-03-11
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MY FTP sites the connections are being refused?  I'm not sure why I just transfered everything to IIS 7 My default FTP goes no where I have virtual directories established.  I've allowed logins what do I need to do? I'm getting FTP 10061 getting drives?  TCP/IP connection Refused.  My default FTP goes no where and my user connect to the server address plus the folder name.  I can't figure this one out - why are my users being denied???
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by:SandeepWalve
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1 Ensure that the network configuration settings are properly setup as well as FTP rights.
2 Verify that the computer and router firewall / Windows firewall is properly setup to allow FTP access.
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by:WellingtonIS
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HTTP works fine.  This isn't a firewall or router issue. It's a virtual machine with the same IP as the old server.  All I did was move the sites over.  The IP is the same as before.  I have basic authentication set up to all all users.  What more?
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by:SandeepWalve
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FTP function installed on new Server? You need to check in Windows Components / Server Manager whether IIS is configured with FTP option as well.

Server Manager -> Add Roles -> Web Server (IIS)
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I actually gave the users Admin rights. But my FtP client is still only showing Read??? I need them to be able to copy and remove files. how in the world do you give permissions other than read/write.  I have t hat and it's still showing up as read in the client?
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by:WellingtonIS
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This started working once I gave the group admin rights.  They were then able to open the FTP folders and upload files.
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