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I tried to set up user in IIS Manager. When isolation is not in use, the user can log in.
I created virtual directory that points to another location on the disk (with the appropriate permissions applied). The virtual directory has same name as user login. When I select do not isolate, start user in user name directory, everything works fine. The user ends up in /user/ directory on login as it should and user can traverse back to main directory without a problem.
My issue is setting up isolation. When I enable User name directory (disable global virtual directories) I get:
530-User cannot log in, home directory inaccessible.
Win32 error: The system cannot find the path specified.
Error details: File system returned an error.
When I enable User name physical directory (enable global virtual directories) I get the very same error.
To debug the issue I have removed the virtual directory, created physical directory and same issue happens when isolation is turned on. I did verify FTP Authorization Rules set properly for the user in both the virtual directory and physical directory cases.
When I do not isolate the user, both the virtual and physical directories work properly. The user exists only in IIS Manager, it is not a windows user.
my FTP Authentication settings: Anonymous disabled, Basic disabled, IiiManagerAuth Enabled, FTP Authorization Rules: Allow user Read,Write
Using default App pool under Network service and I have enabled access to all appropriate locations (which is how I got the user to authenticate and work properly when not in isolation mode)
Any ideas on what else to check?
Additional info: Window 2008 Web Edition, latest FTP for IIS 7, IIS Manager installed, allows IIS Manager credentials. Allow SSL connections setting on FTP. Directory browsing UNIX style, display Virtual Directories enabled.
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