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  • Started 12 years ago by Brian
  • Latest reply 12 years ago from Jim Matthews
  • Brian Member

    Jim. I used Fetch very successfully for about 2 months after purchasing in in the fall. I have a PowerPC with OS 8.6 hooked to a Linksys cable/DSL router with my Windows machine, running ME. Initial set up was easy and all was well until one day I received this message when trying to view the Win hard drive:

    Error: You do not have permission to take that action.

    Fetch tells me I am connected but I get the above message when I try to see the win drive. Although I do not recall having made any "password" or other config changes to either machine at or around that time, perhaps that is the case (I have a gaming addict 13 year old, who is often downloading/upgrading his games, so heaven only knows what might have happened....). Also, the IP config from the Win machine still seems the same..

    I have found a couple of posts on this site about this little issue, but no response which seems to get to the bottom of the problem. I include some of a recent transcript which seems to indicate when/what the problem is. I wonder if my ISP has changed something?...

    Any help, greatly appreciated. Fetch is just too neat a program and great a help to me to lose now ...

    Brian.

    Connecting to 192.168.1.100 port 21 (3/2/02 8:58:38 AM)
    220 Serv-U FTP Server v3.0 for WinSock ready...
    ADAT
    530 Not logged in.
    USER anonymous
    331 User name okay, please send complete E-mail address as password.
    PASS
    230 User logged in, proceed.
    SYST
    215 UNIX Type: L8
    PWD
    257 "/c:/My Documents" is current directory.
    MACB ENABLE
    500 'MACB': command not understood.
    PWD
    257 "/c:/My Documents" is current directory.
    PWD
    257 "/c:/My Documents" is current directory.
    CWD /c:
    550 /c:: Permission denied.
    ftp_cwd: -30008 (state == CHANGING_DIR)
    NOOP
    200 Command okay.
    NOOP
    200 Command okay.
    NOOP
    200 Command okay.
    NOOP
    200

    Posted 12 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    It looks like the configuration of the Serv-U FTP server on your Windows computer was changed to not allow anonymous access to the top level of the C: drive. You should be able to change the Serv-U configuration on the Windows side (I would recommend setting up a userid and password, and restricting access to that userid and password).

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 12 years ago #

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