Robo-FTP Server

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Script failure, when running Robo-FTP as a service, when it attempts to access a network share.

When Robo-FTP runs as a service, it uses the Local System account by default. This account does not have access to the network.

When setting up your Robo-FTP service, configure it to run as a domain user that has access to the necessary network shares.

Note: Microsoft recommends using a UNC path instead of a mapped drive to access network files from a service. See:

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Nothing happens when running Robo-FTP as a service

Service Installer

DOSCMD and mapping a network drive

Article last updated: 2018-01-21

Tags: Robo-FTP, Services, Network Share

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