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I have seen this as well with IIS4. One thing I did was turn off server to
cleint keep alives. This resolved the problem for me. I also think
apache on unix is better as a web server. IIS seems to have problems with
quite a few things such as server side includes, configuring perl (unix
doesn't need .pl or .cgi for a perl script to work). Try turning off
sever to client keep alives on the root web server and make sure you apply
this to all of your virtual web servers as well.

I hope this helps.

Also, why are you using war-ftp daemon? (someone likes tucows :) ).

IIS 4 already has an ftp server built in.

Read below...

>Recently (as of the past couple of days) people have been reporting that
>they are unable to overwrite existing files that are on the server. Their
>FTP clients are giving them access denied messages. When we looked at the
>files via Explorer (logged in as Admin on the NT Server) we were unable to
>open, rename, copy, move or delete the files. Each one gave an Access
>error message. What's more, Disk Administrator showed no files as being
>locked or in use and Event Viewer showed nothing strange.

Did your files at least show a 0 byte size?