Adding FTP Site

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Adding FTP Site

 

To a Web Site

 

If you want to add FTP server to manage your web site remotely, locate your web site node in IIS Manager and:

  • Click Add FTP Publishing action.
  • In Add FTP Site Publishing wizard:
    • On an initial Binding and SSL Settings step, select Require SSL to disallow non-encrypted connections and select your certificate.
    • On Authentication and Authorization Information step, select Basic authentication and make sure Anonymous authentication is not selected. Select which users (Windows accounts) you allow to connect to the server with what permissions. You can choose All users or select only some. Do not select Anonymous users.
    • Submit with Finish button.

 

 

 

Standalone FTP Site

 

If you want to add a standalone FTP server to store/exchange files, locate Sites node (folder) of your Windows server in IIS Manager and:

  • Click Add FTP Site action.
  • In Add FTP Site wizard:
    • On an initial Site Information step, give a name to your FTP site (if it’s the only site you are going to have, simple “FTP site” suffice) and specify a path to a folder on your server’s disk that is going to be accessible using FTP.
    • On a Binding and SSL Settings step, select Require SSL to disallow non-encrypted connections and select your certificate.
    • On Authentication and Authorization Information step, select Basic authentication and make sure Anonymous authentication is not selected. Select which users (Windows accounts) you allow to connect to the server with what permissions. You can choose All users or select only some. Do not select Anonymous users.
    • Submit with Finish button.

Your secure FTPS server is now running and can be connected to.

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