Only ftproot dir shows up in FileZilla FTP Client

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Jerami1981
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Only ftproot dir shows up in FileZilla FTP Client

Post by Jerami1981 » Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:23 pm

I am likely missing something simple, but cannot seem to pinpoint what it may be. I currently have Cerberus set to disable Simple Directory (Is Simple Directory box is unchecked). For my current user, I have tried selecting both mapped drives, as well as inputting UNC paths. The only one that shows up is the ftproot, which is on the C: drive Cerberus is running from. I currently run this on a Windows 10 VM,so the user account for the mapped drives is always logged on and running. I understand mapped drives are a problem for Cerberus, which is why I also tried \\servername\directory This also failed to produce results when I go to browse via Filezilla.

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Re: Only ftproot dir shows up in FileZilla FTP Client

Post by pacman » Wed Oct 04, 2017 12:10 pm

Is the User a member of a group?

What do you see in the Cerberus log when using the UNC Path?

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Re: Only ftproot dir shows up in FileZilla FTP Client

Post by Jerami1981 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:33 pm

For simplicity sake, I am only using users. Once I get the fundamentals down, I will move on from there. I have no clue on how to access the log. I will have to look into that and report back

I figured out the log location. The default local root drive works fine, and new directories within that share populate. The 2 test directories that are UNC paths came back with username/password failures.

And everything is resolved now. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

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Post by dao » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:53 pm

I use https.PBinary() to upload a file to cerberus server. Method returns responsecode = 200 but I cannot find the file in the folder where it is suppose to be. Any idea ?
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Re: Only ftproot dir shows up in FileZilla FTP Client

Post by Serin » Mon Nov 27, 2017 11:48 am

I would look at the Cerberus log to see where the file was uploaded to.

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