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Configuring the FTP Service

Updated: August 22, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 with SP1

The Apache to IIS 6.0 Migration Tool requires the FTP service to migrate Apache Web sites to the target server. The installation option you previously selected will determine on which computers you need to enable the FTP service. Table 7.3 lists the FTP service requirements for each installation option.

Table 7.3 Methods for Installing and Configuring the FTP Service

If You Install and Run the Migration Tool On Install and Configure FTP Service On

The source server

The target server

The target server

The source server

An intermediate computer

Both the target and source server

Configure the FTP service on the target server

After you install the FTP service on the target server, no additional configuration is required. The Apache to IIS 6.0 Migration Tool works with the FTP service in the default configuration. Later in the deployment process, the tool creates a default FTP site to be used for Web site migration.

Configure the FTP service on the source server

Configuring the FTP service on the source server requires installing and configuring the FTP package from the Linux distribution disc. After the FTP service is installed, you must configure it to allow access to the Web sites.

For more information about how to install and configure the FTP service on the source computer, see the FTP documentation that accompanies the version of Linux that is installed on the source server.

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