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Old 11-26-2003, 12:54 AM  
Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: New Mexico, USA
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this has been a historic problem with windows ftpds running as a has to do with how windows connects to shares running as a system service.

You have two options to try:

1. (more secure) on the computer that is hosting the share, add the ioftpd COMPUTER account to the share and file access privileges. this will give system services (ioftpd) access to those sharepoints.

2. create a user account that has rights on both computers, and run the service as that user. the user also has to be a local admin on the ioftpd box. (downside) then give that user account access to the shared dir.

Let me know if this helps/works for you.
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