Personal Web Server Does Not Allow FTP Connections

SYMPTOMS

When you attempt to establish a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) connection
to a Windows 95-based computer running Microsoft Personal Web Server
version 1.0 for Windows 95, you may be unable to do so. If you attempt to
establish the connection using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 3.01
for Windows 95, the following error message is displayed:

Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site ftp://<site>/.


The login request was denied.
If you attempt to establish the connection using the FTP tool (Ftp.exe)
included with Windows 95, the following error message is displayed:

530 User <username> cannot log in.
Login failed.
If you attempt to establish the connection with another Internet browser
or FTP tool, a similar error message is displayed. Note that this problem
occurs even though Personal Web Server is configured so that the FTP
service is running on the computer you are attempting to connect to.

CAUSE

This problem can occur when the FTP service is configured so that no
connections are allowed. If the Allow Anonymous Connections check box is
cleared and the Allow Only Anonymous Connections check box is selected, no
connections are allowed.

RESOLUTION

To resolve this issue, configure the FTP service so the appropriate type
of connection is allowed. To do so, follow the steps in the appropriate
section below:

To Allow Only Anonymous Connections

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Personal Web Server.
  3. Click the Administration tab, click Administration, and then click
    FTP Administration.
  4. Click the Allow Anonymous Connections check box to select it and then
    verify that the Allow Only Anonymous Connections check box is also
    selected.

To Allow Only Non-Anonymous Connections

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Personal Web Server.
  3. Click the Administration tab, click Administration, and then click
    FTP Administration.
  4. Verify that the Allow Anonymous Connections check box is cleared and
    then click the Allow Only Anonymous Connections check box to clear it
    also.

To Allow Both Anonymous and Non-Anonymous Connections

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Personal Web Server.
  3. Click the Administration tab, click Administration, and then click
    FTP Administration.
  4. Click the Allow Anonymous Connections check box to select it and then
    click the Allow Only Anonymous Connections check box to clear it.

MORE INFORMATION

When the Allow Anonymous Connections check box is cleared, Personal Web
Server does not allow anonymous connections to the FTP server. When the
Allow Only Anonymous Connections check box is selected, Personal Web
Server does not allow non-anonymous connections to the FTP server.
Therefore, when the Allow Anonymous Connections check box is cleared and
the Allow Only Anonymous Connections check box is selected, Personal Web
Server does not allow any connections to the FTP server.
Propiedades

Id. de artículo: 158186 - Última revisión: 02/14/2017 - Revisión: 1

Microsoft Personal Web Server 1.0

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