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FTP client - 28.Mar.2006 12:41:11 PM   
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Hi,
I am using ISA 2004 SP1 Enterprise Edition.
I only have Proxy Web listenning. Firewall Client is not enable.

I know that without Firewall client, I can not used "Enable folder view for ftp" under IE.
I have heared that we can use Filezilla (for example) to try to connect to Internet Ftp site.
Could someone know which kind of configuration Filezilla works. (I have tried, SocksV4, SocksV4a, ProxyFTP, Transparent) about evryting
and nothing work.

Please help if someone know.

ThankS.
FreD.
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RE: FTP client - 31.Mar.2006 3:20:19 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: fachache
I know that without Firewall client, I can not used "Enable folder view for ftp" under IE.


in IE , try this to solve this issue, you have to use the "Do not use proxy server for addresses beginning with:" configured to bypass the FTP server's IP address or FQDN name/Domain Name.

this can be found in :

Tools > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings > Advanced >

HTH

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 11:09:19 AM   
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Can someone shed some insight on how to configure ftp clients to talk with an ISA server?  I currently have ftp read/write outbound protocol enabled along with the ftp filter and socksv4 filter.  How does one configure ISA and a client ftp program to allow uploading files?


Thanks in advance,

Tom

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 11:13:03 AM   
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quote:

How does one configure ISA and a client ftp program to allow uploading files?


check this article : http://elmajdal.net/isaserver/Allowing_FTP_Uploads_Through_ISA_Server_2004_2006.aspx

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Tarek

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 11:20:08 AM   
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I just came across your website and this is how I am currently configured.  Now that you have helped me verify that my server configuration is correct could you explain how the client side configuration is set in order to upload the files.

For example if one has an ftp client how do they configure it to talk to the ISA server, or what is the best client side way to upload files to an ftp site?

Thanks again,

Tom

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 11:26:07 AM   
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for best practice :


make sure ISA & clients are joined to the same Domain

If you are not forcing authentication in your network ,  then set your clients as Secure Nat ( clients default gateway is ISA Internal IP ) and u will have such rule ,  with the condition All Users in your ISA


 
If you are your forcing authentication on your network then install Firewall client on your client's machines and change the condition from All Users to users from your AD
 
 
HTH,
Tarek

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 11:44:41 AM   
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I do force authentication and the client is running the client firewall.  For the ftp rule I am only allowing an admin group of users to have ftp access.  I have tested logging in and downloading through IE 7 and it works fine.  The issue I have is that I cannot upload to a site from the client side because I am not sure how to use IE to upload to an ftp site or how to configure an ftp client software like filezilla to talk with my isa server.  Is there a way to do this?


Thank you again for your help,

Tom

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 11:51:06 AM   
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if you want to upload through IE, u need to enable folder view.

if u are using any ftp client software, like cuteftp or whatever, u do not neet to set anything on the application.

Dont forget to participate in the voting : http://www.elmajdal.net/isaserver 

Thanks,
Tarek

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 12:34:51 PM   
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Thanks, works great.  I knew it shouldn't have been as hard as I was making it out to be.

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 12:35:21 PM   
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PS I am voting right now.

Thanks again

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RE: FTP client - 2.Mar.2007 12:45:50 PM   
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Glad it worked and thanks for the follow up.



Best Regards,
Tarek

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RE: FTP client - 25.Jun.2010 9:38:52 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: elmajdal

if u are using any ftp client software, like cuteftp or whatever, u do not neet to set anything on the application.

Thanks,
Tarek


Would the FTP traffic then still be logged in the ISA reports or not?

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