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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-05-2003, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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FTP Server Program recommendations?

I'm thinking about running an FTP Server to share out stuff with (and get stuff in return ). Any recommendations? I haven't run a server in probably close to 3 years so I'm out of touch with what's easy to use but still has good features.



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Serv-U is pretty good... and easy to get stuff for
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Serv-U is pretty good... and easy to get stuff for
That's what I used to use, just couldn't remember the name of it.



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want an "evaluation" copy ?
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So is anybody else running an FTP Server for sharing out stuff to your fellow DFW Stangs peeps



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Don;t forget BulletProof ftp
BulletProof was another one I used to use. Might have to look for that to.



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So is anybody else running an FTP Server for sharing out stuff to your fellow DFW Stangs peeps
i have an ftp server so my members can host whatever they want...
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uhhh, IIS..

I simply use the FTP server that come with my operating system (Windows 2000 Advanced Server)... it's a part of IIS.

No problems (since I locked it down).
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Re: uhhh, IIS..

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I simply use the FTP server that come with my operating system (Windows 2000 Advanced Server)... it's a part of IIS.

No problems (since I locked it down).
can you show me how to keep the users in their own directory? i couldnt figure it out so i had to get Serv-U

with serv-u i can lock them into their own directory, but the quotas wont work

i need quotas and locking in home directory
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Re: Re: uhhh, IIS..

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can you show me how to keep the users in their own directory? i couldnt figure it out so i had to get Serv-U

with serv-u i can lock them into their own directory, but the quotas wont work

i need quotas and locking in home directory
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