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error 530 user can not login

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I have a server 2008 R2 with ftp site setup. When ever I try to login I get "530 user cannot login. Home directory inaccessible"
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by:sammySeltzer
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Is there all the error message you got?

Can you check the log file to see if additional messages are emitted here?
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Do you have any group policy with lockout after so many attempts?
According to Microsoft
SYMPTOMS
When you use the FTP utility to connect to an FTP site, you receive the following error message:
530 User <username> cannot log in.
Login failed.
CAUSE
This problem occurs when one of the following scenarios is true:
The Allow only anonymous connections security setting has been turned on in the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
The username does not have the Log on locally permission in User Manager.
The username does not have the Access this computer from the network permission in User Manager.
The Domain Name was not specified together with the username (in the form of DOMAIN\username).
Please refer to the list of resolutions here
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by:pdperkins
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thatnks for the possible solutions. the allow all option was on but no permissions to files
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