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Securing Ftp Unix And Server 2003


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#1 bleepingnetwork

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 02:23 AM

I have a Windows 2003 network that has a UNIX SOLARIS FTP Host that points to a directory on a Calerra array. Currently the setup requires no authentication to access the files in this directory. I need to add some authentication to this by any means necessary by this Friday (I.E. Login). I am looking for a quick fix, a user name and password solution of whatever type. If needed I can get rid of the UNIX host for a different solution but I feel like a blind man walking into needle factory on this one. The FTP site is a production system so it can only be down for a minimal amount of time. Are there any quick fixes to this that anyone can think of, windows or UNIX that anyone wouldn't mind walking me through?

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Posted 14 August 2008 - 02:39 AM

RandomUser told me about "PUTTY" which is a Terminal emulator which looks like exactly what I need.... THANKS RANDOMUSER!!! :thumbsup:




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