It is simplicity plus, and bug free, supporting virtual domains and simple
administration... What did you find in it lacking ?
At 01:53 PM 7/30/97 -0400, you wrote:
>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
>unknown file format for user database - I click OK - and this message
>an application error has occurred - warftpd.exe - exception violation
>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?
>Elite Federal Forms, Inc.
>(410) 647-9691 EST
>> From: Rob Thiesfield[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Monday, July 28, 1997 5:47 PM
>> To: ^iXNaY^; email@example.com
>> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; 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.
>> 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.
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