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I have a server that is hosting multiple websites. I want users to be able to access their sites using FTP all running on port 21. Is this possible in IIS 7.5 (wont surprise me if it isnt!)

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Yes you can install and configure some ftp server . And after you make that you can add user and pass for some hosting client . After that he will have access to hiss folder

This is good tutorial

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Creating-Configuring-FTP.html

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In IIS7.5 there's lots of new stuff around FTP, for example FTPS (ftp + SSL), and if you are hosting multiple sites and if you already have specific users for each site, you can try implementing User isolation, and you can find greate tutorials on:

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/356/ftp-7-for-iis-7/

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PROBLEM SOLVED

Microsoft have continued their downward spiral with the "form over function" IIS 7.5 in which they've tried another half hearted attempt at extending IIS FTP capability.

In short, the above can be achieved but in an embarassing way!

  1. Make sure you have the FTP options for IIS installed (Windows Components)
  2. Right click your web site and choose Add FTP Publishing
  3. Make sure you tick Enable Virtual Host Names and enter the site address there e.g. www.example.com
  4. Continue as necessary

Now, the "special" part

When setting up your FTP client, you must make sure the username is <website address>|<username> e.g. www.example.com|jimbo

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That's just one way to do it. You can also use user isolation to do it from a single, central FTP service as the answer from user61995 has noted. Your little "form over function" rant is actually contradicted by the content of your rant - which suggests that they've actually implemented more function at the (according to you) expense of form. –  Andrew Barber Dec 16 '10 at 21:29

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