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    FTP Access


    This one is an odd one since MS don't usually release a product with less features than earlier releases.

    On Windows 2000 server I can create an FTP site under IIS so that specific users or groups are allowed read/write access to it:

    Computer Management MMC  Services and Applications  Internet Information Services then right-click on the FTP site, select "Properties" and the "Security Accounts" tab.

    There, in plain view, is an FTP Site Operators dialog to which I can add relevant UserID's.

    Under Windows 2003 I go to the same place and there is no such dialog.

    Anyone got any idea how you do this under Windows 2003?


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    Re: FTP Access

    Have a look here or here . You'll note that (according to MS) the FTP service is not installed by default.
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