Windows 10: Multiple/Virtual Folders in FTP Server in Win 10

  1.    09 Nov 2015 #1

    Multiple/Virtual Folders in FTP Server in Win 10

    Setup ftp server services, got it online locally and externally.

    I'm connected to one of my shared folders on one of multiple drives on that pc. I added a virtual folder and it was online as well next to other folders in shared root drive, added another virtual folder fine and after refresh root page and error. see attachment I removed last created virtual folder and back online after refresh, deleted that folder and added failed one, no problem. Added another folder that is 2nd again but different drive and same error. It's like there's a limitation on that feature. That PC is running windows 10 Enterprise edition and functions as a basic server.

    I'm stumped right now
    I do this in my spare time so that I can access my pc at work and car.
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