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AS400 FTP to FTP Server Write problem

I have an FTP site on our W2K server (SP4) that I FTP files to from our
AS400. To do this I need write authority, which is OK, but users
accessing this site from a browser can upload/create anything on this
folder. Is there a way in Internet Information Services, or the folder
itself to stop users from writing to this folder yet still give me
rights to write to it? Permissions on the folder, or on IIS doesn't
seem to check the write privilages.
Anyone know how I can accomplish this?
Thanks.

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1/21/2005 5:34:26 PM
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Hi Tryke,

"Tryke" <tryke01@comcast.net> schreef in bericht 
news:1106328866.765607.126990@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> Is there a way in Internet Information Services, or the folder
> itself to stop users from writing to this folder yet still give me
> rights to write to it? Permissions on the folder, or on IIS doesn't
> seem to check the write privilages.
> Anyone know how I can accomplish this?

It's simple... you can't.
But a free alternative would be the FileZilla Server, where you
can add users and set their permissions.

You can download FileZilla Server from www.sourceforge.net

Best Regards,

Patrick
Microsoft Certified Professional
Sun Certified Java Programmer 



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1/25/2005 6:44:38 AM
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