On the Delegated Administration Console menu bar, click
If you are already in the organization for which you want to
create an File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site, skip this step. If the
organization for which you want to create an FTP site appears in
the Organization Name list, click its name. Otherwise, on
the navigation bar, click the navigation button .
In the left navigation pane, click Manage Services.
Click Internet Services.
In the left navigation pane, click Create FTP Site.
In Site name on the Create FTP Site page, type
the name of the FTP site.
In Disk space (MBs), type the amount of disk space in
megabytes (MB) to allocate to the FTP site, and then click
Update Complete appears in the upper left section of the
IIS Summary page, and the new FTP site appears in the
Site Name list.
In the left navigation pane, click Home Directory.
Select the check boxes of the permissions that you want to
apply to this File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site, as described in
the following table, and then click Save.
Allow users to read or download files stored in the File
Transfer Protocol (FTP) site folder.
Allow users to upload files to the FTP site folder. The folder
must have the appropriate access control lists (ACLs) to allow
Allow the Web server to log visits to this FTP site.
To perform the task described in the preceding steps, you must
have one of the roles displayed when you click Who can perform
this task at the top of this page.
For more information about roles, see "Understanding roles and
privileges" in Related Topics. If you are not sure what your role
is, ask your Delegated Administration Console administrator.
Before you can create an FTP site, you must first register the
appropriate IIS resources. For instructions, see "Register IIS
resources" in the installation documentation located in the root
folder on the Microsoft Provisioning System product CD. For a
single computer configuration, see install_single.htm. For a
multi-computer configuration, see install_multi.htm. For complete
Web and FTP services administration procedures, see Delegated
Administration Console Help.