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BOOK: Professional SQL Server 2005 Integration Services ISBN: 0-7645-8435-9
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Is there any corrections available to the FTP example on Pages 55 - 59? The FTP site of ftp.microsoft.com is not available so I am unable to test the sample code. Thanks for any assistance.

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I had same error. Opened browser, typed into address ftp.microsoft.com which became ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/ and was able to see data. Tried several times to make a new SSIS connection, by now I had a few in the "Connection Managers" section at the bottom of the screen. Found if I opened one from there, I was able to get a successful test and then just used that one. Regret this is not a technical answer.

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I tried the same thing and get the following error:

530 User cannot log in, home directory inaccessible

What is it with these books that give out this information and then the info does not work?

I then tried to connect via the command prompt (WIN7) and this is the trail that led to the same error message above:

ftp -a ftp.microsoft.com
Connected to ftp.microsoft.akadns.net
220 Microsoft FTP Service
User ,ftp.microsoft.akadns.net:,,none..: Anonymous
331 Anonymous access allowed, send identity ,e-mail name. as password
Password:
530 User cannot log in, home directory inaccessible
Login failed.
ftp. quit
221 Thank you for using Microsoft products.
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All I can figure out is that Microsoft has taken away the home directory? What do you think?
Cecil

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