IIS FTP User Isolation-Week 46

Posted by: Scott Forsyths WebLog, on 23 Jan 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

You can find this weeks video here. Ive been looking forward to releasing this weeks video.  IIS FTP User isolation is an interesting topic because it offers a lot of power and flexibility but its not very intuitive because of how its managed. This week we walk through the five isolation modes to gain a full understanding of the IIS FTP method of configuration for user isolation. IIS FTP is a powerful application, but some of the flexibility is hidden through a unique convention based method...

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