In IIS it is possible to have a root folder for ftp without the preceding '/'. Cyberduck however seems to always prefix the root folder with the '/'. This will prevent access to the FTP site than. (FTP users must now the exact rootfolder name this way, since otherwise it will remain invisible.)
If no '/' is entered in the root folder, do not prefix it automatically either. This might break users bookmarks, but until that is a possibility I cannot use Cyberduck for my intentional setup.
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331 Password required for some_user_name.
230 User some_user_name logged in.
257 "/" is current directory.
200 NOOP command successful.
250 CWD command successful.
200 PORT command successful.
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for /bin/ls.
There is no result returned since IIS is not configured to return a listing for '/defaultsite' it'll only return that for 'defaultsite'. The path setting for CuberDuck is 'defaultsite', yet the change-dir mentions '/defaultsite'. Perhaps a CWD defaultsite would be appropriate?