RE: ftp monitor

Carol ( )
Wed, 30 Jul 1997 13:53:08 -0400

I installed warftp on a server to test it out. Had trouble figuring it
out and tried serv-u. Didn't care for that and wanted to go back to
warftp. Now, when I try to start it from the "start menu icon" I get the
following message:

unknown file format for user database - I click OK - and this message
an application error has occurred - warftpd.exe - exception violation
(0xc0000005)Address 0x77f6cc66.

Any ideas?

I have IIS 3.0 and its ftp server running on my web server and can't
down it to play around with warftp learning how to set it up. I really
don't want to be here at 3 am trying to get it going - which would be
the only time I could down the site. I am amazed that Microsoft coded
the ability to handle multiple domains in IIS and forgot that each of
those domains might need its own FTP server! Suggestions?

Carol Katz
Elite Federal Forms, Inc.
(410) 647-9691 EST

> ----------
> From: Rob Thiesfield[]
> Sent: Monday, July 28, 1997 5:47 PM
> To: ^iXNaY^;
> Cc:; WinNT; NTISP; BHS NT List
> Subject: Re: ftp monitor
> I find WarFTP is a very good program. It allows you to "spy" on users
> -
> viewing exactly where they are and what they are doing at the time.
> You can
> then "kill" them and even ban them from coming back on if you want to.
> It
> has many other powerful features too, including being able to run as a
> service. The best thing is that it is conditional freeware.
> Rob Thiesfield.