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Cannot upload a specific file type

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Hello!

I have a problem with a specific kind of file type upload on my FTP.

I can upload any type of file that I've tried except if it ends in .pnr

This is the log entry in Serv-U:

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And this is from FileZilla:

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I have tried this with two different users, that have access to two different directories.

Both user's directory access is configured this way:

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If I try with .pnrp or .nrp it works just fine (or basically anything else).

Is there a global setting to restrict file type uploads? The admin guide only talks about restricting it under Directory Access.

EDIT: I tested it through https also, no difference. Also, this is tested locally so no firewall involved.

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Re: Cannot upload a specific file type

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This doesn't seem to be a problem within Serv-U, but NTFS somehow. I can't create .pnr-files or move them to the file share at all.

Now what is causing this I can't even imagine...

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Re: Cannot upload a specific file type

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This doesn't seem to be a problem within Serv-U, but NTFS somehow. I can't create .pnr-files or move them to the file share at all.

Now what is causing this I can't even imagine...

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Re: Cannot upload a specific file type

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It's possible you might be using the file screen feature of the File Server Resource Manager. That's how we restrict specific file types from being uploaded to our site.

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