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  1. Hi all!

    I am running IIS5.1 (Win XP pro). My domain currently point to my ip port 8080. (Port 80 is not avaible because of being used for other purpose).

    What should I do to get that domain to point to my FTP server (port 21)?

    For examples:

    Nomarlly if http:// server uses default port (80), I can reach my ftp folder by just changing protocol to ftp://mydomain for link to my ftp server. (Serv-U).

    But in this case:

    My http:// server can be reached from internet only through http://mydomain:8080. Then I currently can not reach my ftp folder through ftp://mydomain.

    Thanks for any direction.

  2. I failed integration of XP SP2 because of this error:

    Failed to copy some or all of the files necessary for integrated install         .

    Please check that    :
               a) No network or copy errors occurred during the integration process
               b) The format of the destination directory is correct        .
                   The files to be integrated must reside in an i     386   and /or ia64  or nec 98  directory

                   .e .for an   386  share  , if you typed   "update   /s:c :\cdshare  ", the files must be in the     :\cdshare   \386  
    directory ).

    (I Ctrl + A to select all files within my CD and copy it as instruction. I followed step by step)

    I only succeeded after getting nLite do it for me. Anyone tell me what is the problem. Thanks

  3. Ahaa :thumbup. Thank you all for very good ideas. I will try like this:

    1. Follow either Raiden or Swampy to make a folder or archive file containing my favorites.

    2. Creat a executable file to do copy (extract) my favorites to replace default favorites in windows account. (Prompt for replacement may be good for me)

    3. Follow Astalavista to creat a winnt.sif file to call above exe file once when first login.

    Does it sound ok? I will try to see if it works. :whistle:

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