• How to install the FTP server on Windows XP

    Did you know that Windows XP Professional comes with a Web server and an FTP server? You can use the FTP server to share files with other computers on your home network, or you can make the FTP server available to people on the Internet.

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  • Clients getting ‘connection reset’ and authentication failures during file transfers

    I'm about at my wits end with this problem, and I suspect it's something simple, but I need another pair of eyes to look at it. Clients connecting to our FTP server can download files just fine. However, when they upload files, they get random "connection reset" and authentication failures during...

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  • Set router filters for HTTP, HTTPS, FTP and SMTP

    I have a Win2k server with Terminal Services enabled and the clients work only on a Terminal Server connection (also using Outlook and Internet Explorer). The connection to the Internet is provided by a Netgear ISDN router. The question is, "Why does the router call the Internet if nobody asks for...

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  • How can I set up FTP for an isolated user in IIS 6.0?

    How can I set up FTP for an isolated user in IIS 6.0?

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  • CuteFTP v4.0

    All of us who maintain web sites need to use some form of ftp software at one time or another. These are workhorses of web shops, used to move files from your local hard disk up to your web server. There are dozens of types of ftp software on the market to choose from, but I keep coming back to...

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  • FTP default homes

    FTP default homes

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  • How can I FTP into my Web site using site FTP?

    I was trying to FTP into my Web site using site FTP. I am on Windows 2000 server. I can connect but then the following error shows up: Failed to establish data socket. Please help. PS: I can FTP through the command line.

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  • Connecting to FTP with DOS batch program

    I want to write a simple DOS program (.bat) to connect to ftp and automatically upload files. Can I connect to FTP using a batch program and, if so, how do I do it?

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  • Auto home directory for FTP

    This tidbit of a tip from searchWin2000 member Doug Crist explains a quirky directory default feature of Windows NT/2000 FTP.

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  • How can I add FTP to Win XP Pro?

    I have a Windows XP Professional machine and I have to install FTP service on my machine. How do I go about doing this?

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