|07 Mar 2011||#1|
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Admin vs. standard user and sftp connections
I don't know if this is the correct place to start this thread, but since I think it is firewall related I started here.
Okay, so if I elivate my account to admin I am able to do a tftp connection from my switches to my system with no problems. But when I am a standard(de-elivated) user, I get nothing like the firewall is blocking the port. In fact in the log it says that it drops the port even though the rule shows that it should pass it.
Oh yeah I am running Windows 7 ultimate and the problem is only with my profile and not the admin profile. I just don't know why it will not allow me to push or pull files.
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