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Configuring FTP7 on IIS7



Lets get down to business directly… if someone needs clarifications they can leave a comment…

So, here we go:

1. Download FTP 7.5 (x32-bit, x64-bit).

2. Just Clicking in the installer:  “Next” -> “I accept” + “Next” -> “Install” -> “Finish” (easy… wasnt it :p)

3. In IIS7 -> Right click “Sites” -> Add FTP Site.

4. Configure according to your environment and liking…

Now comes the main FIREWALL configuration

5. For enabling Passive FTP, open command prompt, paste this:

netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name=”FTP (no SSL)” action=allow protocol=TCP dir=in localport=21

netsh advfirewall set global StatefulFtp enable

6. Hit enter.

7. You are done !!

PS: first netsh command opens port 21 for accepting incoming connections.

the 2nd netsh command configures the Windows Firewall to dynamically open ports (as required by Passive FTP)

Hope it was helpful…

For a more detailed guide you can visit : Learn IIS.net



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  • ftp7, whats so unique or what are the new features about ftp7,cuz i think previous ftp had all we needed,inst this the case?
    Litle oftopic,why MS DOesnt make a hosting panel like plesk,cpanel etc, no doubt ms wil hit hard in market?…
    Thanks
    Aikon-1e5

  • 1. FTP7 is fully integrated with IIS7…
    2. It now supports the “Host-header” thingy (although it isnt good/simple enough to be used… I still use VDs for logins)
    3. M$ has formed a partnership with cPanel !! check http://www.cpanel.net/products/cpss/index.html
    4. Plesk has been available for M$ hosts for ages… wake up :p

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