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I put up MS Internet information server (yeah I know...) FTP only and some

prick tried to make my server a file share for warez.

 

He placed a folder on the root of my share

K02450\"blank"\null\aux0\lpt1\null\aux0\lpt1\tag by krolls83\

 

This caused a problem as to where win2k filemanger couldn't delete the

folders (at any level).

Even from two folder up from where this change started.

 

I have since (since it was a old and small drive) repartitioned the drive

and it's back up on running (ftp is off at this time)

 

Does anyone know how to correct this so I won't have to recreate the partition in case it happens again?

 

and yes.. I'm red faced on this....:icon_redf

Thanks,

Brett

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You didn't password the FTP did you? It happened to the unpassworded part of our gameserver that we ran an FTP on. It took Soroc several days w/a special tool to remove that stuff. Sounds like your format "fixed" things.

 

Password your FTP server if you put it back up.

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you need a disk striper. even though you formated, if it is the kind of file i think it is it can still be used nortens makes a good program. but its going to cost you :(. do not feal bad pass words dont even do the trick some times thats y tecks make so much.

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I put up MS Internet information server (yeah I know...) FTP only and some

prick tried to make my server a file share for warez.

 

He placed a folder on the root of my share

K02450\"blank"\null\aux0\lpt1\null\aux0\lpt1\tag by krolls83\

 

This caused a problem as to where win2k filemanger couldn't delete the

folders (at any level).

Even from two folder up from where this change started.

 

I have since (since it was a old and small drive) repartitioned the drive

and it's back up on running (ftp is off at this time)

 

Does anyone know how to correct this so I won't have to recreate the partition in case it happens again?

 

and yes.. I'm red faced on this....:icon_redf

 

With Win2k or XP Pro you can via the security-tab take back ownership/change rights and delete afterward.

If this is not working then you can download an NTFS boot-diskette setup and delete NTFS-files via command prompt.

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