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Configuring FTP 7.5 with Host Header and SSL
FTP 7.5 comes with new features like Host header and SSL. I recently saw some cases coming in from our customers on this. Scanning the Internet made me realize that we need more information posted on this as far as the configuration is concerned. If you are seeing any of these errors while connecting...
6 Nov 2009
Increase the concurrent connections limit for IIS FTP site if you see server reset
If you have a FTP site hosted on IIS which receives a burst of client connections at specific intervals and you see the connections getting reset from server-end please read on. Let's say you have over 1500 concurrent FTP client connections being made at every 'n' minute you may see that the IIS FTP...
16 Feb 2009
FTP changes not taking effect in IIS 7.0?
I was working on an FTP issue the other day on IIS 7.0 and I missed something very basic which could have resolved my issue way back had I noticed the nuances of this new model. Normally people tend to go ahead with restarting IIS services for some changes done in the configuration to make sure everything...
21 Nov 2008
Enabling Active Directory Isolation mode for FTP to work for trusted domain users
Let's consider a scenario wherein we have an FTP site hosted on an IIS Server and we are trying to setup the site to work in Active Directory (AD) Isolation mode. Now things should work just fine if we have the setup done properly. I have talked about general setup and common issues with FTP sites here...
12 Mar 2008
Troubleshooting FTP related issues on IIS 6.0
Troubleshooting FTP related issues on IIS can be a real pain. If you have not encountered so far you are lucky:-) What I do generally is to create a new FTP site and make it to work rather than working on the already corrupted site. It depends on your personal choice depending upon how much you want...
4 Oct 2007
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