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Old 11-22-2010, 08:03 AM   #1
xtendz
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MS IIs & Plesk: ftp user cannot login


I'm using windows 2008 + plesk server. I have created a ftp user at plesk-domians-web hosting settings . But when i tried to login the user can not login,getting error 530 . When i look in IIS-7 there is not ftp sites. If it is required for ftp user ? Somebody told me that i have to ad virtual directories and authorization. How to add virtual directories and set authorization for ftp users from both windows and plesk ?

Can you explain what is happening at the back end if i created a ftp user from the plesk control panel...??
 
Old 11-22-2010, 08:32 AM   #2
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I'm using windows 2008 + plesk server. I have created a ftp user at plesk-domians-web hosting settings . But when i tried to login the user can not login,getting error 530 . When i look in IIS-7 there is not ftp sites. If it is required for ftp user ? Somebody told me that i have to ad virtual directories and authorization. How to add virtual directories and set authorization for ftp users from both windows and plesk ?

Can you explain what is happening at the back end if i created a ftp user from the plesk control panel...??
You do realize that this is LINUXquestions?? As such, it's probably not a good place to ask Windows/IIS related questions...you'd get better answers at a Microsoft forum.

The only things we'd be able to tell you, is to check the log files, to see what it's doing. Where they are, and how to check them on Windows, I can't tell you.
 
Old 11-22-2010, 08:45 AM   #3
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really sorry for asking it at the wrong place.....i did not think that LQ is only for linux issues....sorry again
 
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really sorry for asking it at the wrong place.....i did not think that LQ is only for linux issues....sorry again
Nothing to apologize for, but it is LINUXquestions. Not really a good place to get answers for Windows/Mac software.

To draw an analogy, if I bring my Ford to a Chevy dealer, they won't be able to service it very well, will they?
 
  


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