Reply To: Help with contacting file server

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Do you have entered this locally at the client?

Now, this is what I am using as the file path:

X – represent IP’s
Z – represent server name

ftp://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/inetpub/ftproot/wnos/t00_xen/xen.ini
ftp://zzzzzzzz.zzz.zzz/inetpub/ftproot/wnos/t00_xen/xen.ini

If yes, this is the issue.
Change everything like this:
Folderstructure on the FTP server:
ftp://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/inetpub/ftproot/t00_xen/wnos/xen.ini
Fileserver entry on the client
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/t00_xen

That’s all. you can even remove the t00_xen folder completely and use
ftp://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/inetpub/ftproot/wnos/xen.ini
and fileserver=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Thin OS will always add /wnos to the given fileserver automatically and it always knows that the name of the config file is either wnos.ini (Thin OS) or xen.ini (Xenith)

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