Getting the correct security settings for FTP users on W2K3

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    Mednezz
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    Hello technicians,

    First of all al big hoera vor Daniel!! Great site!
    I’m dutch so maybe my spelling isn’t totally right, but i guess you can understand what i’m saying.

    I recently installed windows 2003 server, with an Active Directory but without IIS6. I installed Serv-U 6.0 and tried to share a directory. Internally it works but when i connect from outside my network i’m not able to see the files. I found out that clients can connect but they get a list error :

    CWD /d:/test/
    [R] 250 Directory changed to /d:/test
    [R] PWD
    [R] 257 “/d:/test” is current directory.
    [R] TYPE A
    [R] 200 Type set to A.
    [R] PASV
    [R] 227 Entering Passive Mode (xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx)
    [R] Opening data connection IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx PORT: 34030
    [R] Data Socket Error: Connection timed out
    [R] List Error

    ** removed my ip adress :) **

    though in Serv-u i gave the user permission to list! So i think it might be a windows security error. Or could it be that my RRAS doesn’t forward port 34030, which is changeing every time i re-connect.

    What are the correct file permission and security settings for this problem?

    Thanks a lot for any reaction!!!

    Greetz Martin

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