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Old 12-23-2003, 08:27 PM  
Join Date: Jan 2003
Posts: 59

Running the site itself or PASV ports on 1024 is not a good idea.

Move it away from this port # (up much higher) and ensure the PASV range doesnt cross over the site access port #

Use 1200-2200 or something, as ports round 1024 are often used by the OS.

Your particular problem is usually caused by a user without administrative rights trying to write raw sockets or lock exclusive addresses (not sure which ioftpd would be doing to cause this error).

If you already have admin rights then To fix this, you will need to

Open Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Local Security Policy, select Local Policies and then User Rights Assignment from the tree "Act as part of OS" should be the second entry on the right hand pane of the control Panel. Add the user account for ioftpd to this list.

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