Re: FTP connection doesn't ask for login and password
From: Nancy (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 11:18:04 -0700
I guess I should have worded it a little differently.
Using Terminal Services, I know you can direct a user to a
specific directory path. Can this also be done with a
dial-in connection? I am using a Windows 2000 Advanced
Server. Also, I would like the Server to ask for a User
Name and password when you connect with a dial-up to our
FTP server...not just automatically connect everyone.
>Surely that's what you were expecting? If you've given
read access to
>anonymous then it will have access to download / copy
files. Do you mean
>that it can upload files instead?
>What FTP software are you using? Some of them (I believe
WS_FTP does for
>instance) allows you to specify what it should use when
>which allows anonymous ftp, so it will login with that
>than prompt you each time.
>"Nancy" <email@example.com> wrote in
>> I have a dial-in setup to our server to be able to
>> download files. I have setup anonymous login to have
>> read, read & execute only access. When I connect
>> the Internet, it doesn't ask for my login or password.
>> And it will let anyone copy files. What do I need to