> ""FTP Folder Error
> Windows cannot access this folder. Make sure that you typed the file
> name correctly and that you have permission to access the folder.
> The connection with the server was reset.""
> I dont think this is a firewall issue? but maybe.
Almost certainly a firewall issue, either on the server or the clients.
What firewall exception settings have you made (exactly)?
For instance, on the IIS server, the FTP firewall exceptions have to be made
as an Application Exception on inetinfo.exe, and not as exceptions on "port
21" and so on. Application exceptions are only available for Windows 2003
Clients are also problematic, because of the possibility of reverse
connections being made from server to client for the data transfer. Again,
application exceptions have to be made for the FTP client application, not
Robin Walker [MVP Networking]