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Cannot FTP on "client" machine but can on server

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by markmcelhone, Sep 8, 2004.

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  1. markmcelhone

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    OK,

    we are running Windows SBS 2000. If i try to ftp to a website we have being hosted using a "client machine" (one on the internal network) I can't. I can get to see the contents of the ftp site but have no luck uploading my files to it. Although, if I use the server (running SBS 2000) itself I have no problems and can upload, delete, files, etc. Is there something I should be doing to make sure clients can ftp?

    I have already created the packet filters on the ISA server computer, enabled the ftp access filter and created a protocol rule to allow the ftp protocol and still to no avail.

    I have seen on the MS site that if the computer (client) is configured as a Web proxy client only, only FTP downloads are possible. How do I know if it is configured as web proxy client and then change this?

    I have used the same ftp account details when doing the ftp on the server machine and on the client machine. need help quickly as very frustrating
     
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