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If you are connecting to a unix server, and it is running iptables (firewall), then check your iptables config, in /etc/sysconfig/iptable-config, for this line: IPTABLES_MODULES="" if it is blank, edit it as follows: IPTABLES_MODULES="ipt_MASQUERADE iptable_nat nf_nat nf_conntrack_ftp" and reload or restart iptables: service iptables reload (or restart). ...


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You generally cannot. Symlinks are locked in the FTP jail just like the user is. If the file is within your FTP root, then it should be fairly transparent. Edit to address the updated question: The wget man page lists --retr-symlinks as option (on by default) for retrieving symlinked files: --retr-symlinks By default, when retrieving FTP ...


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As the FTP protocol does not specifically include the server hostname in requests, this is probably not possible.


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Make a new group called your folder. Make a new user in that group (useradd -g ) Give that group read write for that folder


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There are two solutions to this as I found out. Set correct permissions for every user accessing the file share if "Pass Through" Authentification is selected. Because then the username connecting to the FTP Server will be used to access the file share. Set a "specific user" whom has access to the file share with read/write access. We ended up using ...


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Try using WinSCP in mirror mode. WinSCP can be downloaded from here: http://winscp.net/eng/download.php Using WinSCP you won't need to map a drive, it just connects to FTP directly and does the work for you.


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It seems you are using Passive mode. Passive mode uses TCP ports from 1024 to 65534 for Data channel. Make sure no Firewall is blocking this port range. Else, switch to active mode to only use TCP/20 for Data channel. EDIT : Also, FTPS can operate in two distinct mode : implicit or explicit. Explicit will use standards ports (for Active mode) : TCP/21 ...


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After trying so many methods I searched on net related iptables, I got one best solution, now everything is working like a charm. And applied below command with root access using putty. 1)First I tried this commands: iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 2030 -j ACCEPT //press enter service iptables restart //press enter 2)then below commands: iptables -I ...


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You have a couple of options here, you can specify commands that can be executed in the authorized_keys file (if you are using public/private keys) Here is an article which talks about this method: http://cybermashup.com/2013/05/14/restrict-ssh-logins-to-a-single-command/ The second way to skin this cat is to give the user account a restricted shell. In ...


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What permissions do you have set on the physical folder path? You've mentioned the FTP permissions, but no the NTFS perms you have set-up, could be possible the default of 'MACHINE\Users' has read access but not write. You don't need to touch application pools, anyway application pools only apply to websites and not FTP servers, have I misunderstood that? ...


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It seems like your ssh key is not loaded by Filezilla. You can try two different solutions : 1/ Connect to the GCE through a SSH connection in your shell, then try to connect with FileZilla (this uses the SSH_AUTH_SOCK environment variable) 2/ Add your key to FileZilla : Click on "Edit" and then "Settings" Go to "Connection" and then "SFTP" Click on "Add ...


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Please check, if you are connecting using the correct user name. Google sometimes has problems parsing the username out of the pasted public key. You can check the username associated to the key on https://console.developers.google.com/project/$yourprojectid/compute/metadata/sshKeys


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In my case, I created two user acccounts FTPUser and FTPAdmin in my local Windows machine. Actually when I created the same users in IIS it didn't work. But you've to create local Windows users using user accounts.


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i would suggest - create another group with all the users needing write access make the directory group writable and change the group ownership of the dir to the newly created group HTH


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I did not researched the issue throughly, so I do not understand the details, but it seems this has something to do with how the active - passive connections are setup both for vsftpd on the server and for the client (ex: Filezilla). Basically you will need to: configure vsfptd passive mode by adding the following to /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf: ...



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