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<p><b>Umask for Anonymous:</b><br>
The value to which the umask for file creation is set for anonymous users.
If you want to specify octal values, remember the "0" prefix, otherwise
the value will be treated as a base 10 integer.
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<p><b>Umask for Authenticated Users:</b><br>
The value to which the umask for file creation is set for authenticated users.
If you want to specify octal values, remember the "0" prefix, otherwise
the value will be treated as a base 10 integer.
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<p><b>FTP Directory for Anonymous Users:</b><br>
Specify a directory which is used for FTP anonymous users.
Press <b>Browse</b> to select a directory from the local filesystem.
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<p><b>FTP Directory for Authenticated Users:</b><br>
Specify a directory which is used for FTP authenticated users.
Press <b>Browse</b> to select a directory from the local filesystem.
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<p><b>Enable/Disable Anonymous and Local Users</b><br>
<b>Anonymous Only</b>: If enabled, only anonymous logins are permitted.
<b>Authenticated Users Only</b>: If enabled, only authenticated users are permitted.
<b>Both</b> If enabled, authenticated users and anonymous users are permitted.
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Create the "upload" directory in %1
and enable write access?
If you want anonymous users to be able to upload,
you need to create a directory with write access.

Upload (allow writing)?
To allow anonymous users to upload, you need a directory with write access.

Upload with write access?
If you want to allow anonymous users to create directories,
you have to create a directory with write access.

If you want anonymous users to be able to create directories,
you need a directory with write access.

For anonymous connections the home directory of an anonymous user should have no write access.
For anonymous connections the home directory of an anonymous user should have no write access.
Condition for ports is max port > min port.