I've got ISA2004 RC setup here in a small environment, and I can't figure out what's goin on here.
I am able to successfully connect to a remove FTP site, but whenever I tried to create a new folder or upload a file, I get a 550 Access Denied message. This message is not showing up in the FTP server's log, and appears to be inserted by something between me and the server. My guess is that ISA is doing something to prevent the action, but I can't figure out how to allow it. I have a rule that specificly allows the FTP protocol, and is using the FTP Access filter. I've tried disabling the filter as well, but same results. Any ideas what is causing the block?
Hi, I have a problem with FTP upload but the answers I found in the forum topics give no solution.
I have a ftp server (3rd party) behind a ISA 2000 at a client site. All ftp commands (using CuteFTP or cmd-line ftp) are successfully processed at the internal network at that site or any site external (from other clients, home etc ...) ...
But, as sending commands to that ftp server from our internal network, uploads and delete commands on that server fail(550, Access Denied), download and logon works. We are behind a ISA 2004 with an FTP Publishing rule (for our own FTP Server) and on that pub rule, I checked out the 'Read Only' box in the FTP Policy but still I cannot upload to my clients FTP Server.
I tried it with additional access rules for FTP Inbound and Outbound on ports 20 (Data) en 21 but no success in uploading ...
Has anyone experienced this ??
Oh, application filter (FTP) is enabled so I should be able to do everything (login and password of FTP user are OK aswel as the permissions on the FTP directory ... it works when accessing from other sites ...)