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Folders not accessible #5682

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cyberduck opened this issue Feb 2, 2011 · 2 comments
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Folders not accessible #5682

cyberduck opened this issue Feb 2, 2011 · 2 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Feb 2, 2011

4f7f98f created the issue

I logged into a client's server to download a few audio files. There are roughly 30 folders listed. ALL of them have a red icon in the lower right corner of the folder icon. When I open ANY of those folders, what I get is a subfolder with the same name, no files in either folder. The files in the root folder are visible.

I have logged into the same server using the same credentials with WS_FTP on a Windows computer, and all files are visible in the correct folders. Also, I have logged into other servers without any problems. I've checked my settings and they appear to be the same between this FTP account and others.

I tried to access the log drawer but either I don't know how it works or it is missing, also.

Thanks for your help.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Feb 2, 2011

@dkocher commented

Choose View → Toggle Log Drawer and paste the content here.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Feb 4, 2011

@dkocher commented

Please reopen this ticket with the information transcript attached.

@cyberduck cyberduck closed this Feb 4, 2011
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