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ALpHaMoNk

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OK i have been running my ftp server for a few months now, with different software. first software was Winftp, which works great except that if for any reason the internet hicups and has the slightest lose of connection the software will crash out and i have to log in remotely and restart the server.
other software that i have use.
Filezilla, serv-u and bulletproof ftp, all of these work great and do not crash if there is lost of connection, they all reconnect automatically which i love but the problem that i find, that i did not have with Winftp is the directories.

see i share out c:\movies, then i share out another like c:\music (c:\movies is the home directory.

i go to an outside machine and login, all i get is the c:\home dir why can't i switch the the c:\movies? i dont want to add shortcuts to the other directory becuase i would like to have different shares for different people.

how can i get a nice directory list like:
c:\movies
c:\music
c:\games
d:\whatever else
d:\some more stuff

si there a way i can set it up so that i have say a home dir then the rest below when i login?

this problem happens if i login using a client software, IE or Mozilla (ftp://ftpserver.com) same goes if i use windows explorer.

any and all help greatly appreciated.

this is on a home server running windows 2003 standard
p4 3.0
2.5gb ram
80gb master
250gb slave
 

ALpHaMoNk

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i was able to solve this issues by using different software Titan ftp works very well!
 
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