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public anonymous user access is not working on IIS6 FTP local\user isolation mode
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found issue was tied to the Guest Group disabled and the Anonymous User account was a member of the Guest Group.......simple fix enabled guest group and all is working..
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because, I already followed the Microsoft Tech article to setup isolated FTP and all was working for all user accounts except, the public folder (anonymous).....dug into IUSR, anonymous, and then, an ahhha moment in reviewing the Users Guest account in red...not sure how I missed that glaring RED X stating Guest account disabled, ugh.
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