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How to Authorize FTP Protocol on Vista?

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Old April 28th 10, 05:05 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.security
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Default How to Authorize FTP Protocol on Vista?

I have a third party application (an APC firmware upgrade utility) that
implements an active FTP protocol inside the application. It does not use
the ftp.exe that comes with Vista. My question is how do I configure
networking and the firewall to allow the reverse ftp-data connection to come
back from the ftp server to the vista computer?

I tried disabling the firewall entirely by stopping the Windows Firewall
service and that did NOT help.



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