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FTP Headaches with R7000

m00nshake
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FTP Headaches with R7000

I'm trying to get the FTP server set up on the R7000 and I'm running into a few issues. I want my friends and family members to be able to access a shared folder without having to use a password, but I don't want them to have access to the entire drive. If I create a share for the folder I want to share and set it to all-no password, it works. However, if I create another share for the root folder or any other folder that requires admin for read or write access and apply it, it asks for a password from the shared folder that is set to all-no password. So either I can share a specific folder with no password and lock myself out of the rest of the drive, or I can create a share that allows access to the root of the drive with password but then all of the other shared folders require admin password as well. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to make this work?
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m00nshake
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Re: FTP Headaches with R7000

I wanted to add that the shares work correctly through http:// and https://. The problem only arises with ftp.
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m00nshake
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Re: FTP Headaches with R7000

Nevermind... I figured it out. Username 'guest' works. Problem solved.
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