the FTP service, you can install the function in the Internet Information
Server IIS by going to Webserver-> Sites and then right-clicking
Add FTP Site
Step 1: Set up user
Before you can start, you have to create a new ftp user.
To do this, go to Computer Management-> Local Users
and Groups -> Users
And create at user-> new user
Then define a username as ftpUser and specify a password
And Password will never turn off
Step 2: Set up FTP on IIS
Then start the IIS Internet Information Services here
IISVersion 10 from Microsoft
You select a server computer
And in the right mouse context menu you can add an FTP
Then enter an FTP site name as the internal name for the
The physical path is set there, which files are to be
reached via ftp.
This is usually a subdirectory of a webpage.
As authentication one gives standard and the user to
which one defined before
solution of the address
Easy access via
Then set the bindings IP address, leave the port 21 and
the host name blank
In this determination, you will come to the defined path
directly when entering the IP URL later.
This setting can be selected if you want to create a
root FTP access for the entire server.
Set up access for the user.
In order for the user to be able to read the files
externally, you must also enter the user's permissions in the Windows
Ftp Site-> Edit Permissions
Then on the tab: Security
Add allows you to share the new user with additional
Enter the user in the large field and check or accept
directly with OK
The new user is then usually given only the read rights
and folder contents display rights.
Access from external:
External access can be tested directly in a browser by
entering the server IP with a ftp: //.
Then the authentication should come, which one has
Then the files should be visible directly
Extension if there will be no access, you have to set in
the ftp site still in Basic Settings-> the Connect as.
Under the ftp site-> right basic settings
Then when connecting as:
Enter the specific user and then the user with the