Sunday, October 26, 2008

Setting a Clustered file share as an FTP home directory in IIS7 (testing)

TO ALLOW ANONYMOUS ACCESS (AT OWN RISK - no security around this)

Create a new AD user, e.g. FTPUSER@DOMAIN.LAN

Create a new home directory using UNC paths within the FTP server mapping to the Clustered file share

Assign appropriate permissions to the new FTP user on that file share (no apparent way to use Web Servers default IUSR account??)

Within the FTP basic settings, change the connect as from Application to specific user.


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