AS400 ftp to Windows2003

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I am getting an error "Access Denied" when attempting to transfer a file from iseries to win server. I can log onto the ftp session and see the directory of where i want the file to go, but when i attempt the transfer with the put command it errors on me. Need help.
ASKED: April 13, 2006  1:18 PM
UPDATED: April 14, 2006  12:01 PM

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You have to ask your network administrator to grand the write or full authority on the FTP folder in Windows2003 for the user name you used when FTP.

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  • MrBothun
    From what system you initiating your file transfer session? I normally will do file transfer in a number of ways. Most of my iSeries to Win 2003 server transfers are using a tool called WS-FTP Pro: http://www.ipswitch.com I do my iPTF FTPs from the iSeries server to IBMs site, and have to issue this command: NA 1 to change the nameformat, which allows me to change to a directory that I have trouble doing otherwise. Lastly, I do some of my Win-to-Win transfers using this tool: http://sourceforge.net/projects/filezilla
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