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    I have gotten the same message since I bought version 12. I wish I could just go back to version 8
    I am determined to make it work.

    For me...nothing lines up. Now that I have Win8 (I had Vista home premium)...I'm going to try again.

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    I hate to break the news to you, but there is zero difference in the ftp function between Fusion 8 and 12.

    The problem has to be in your settings.

    Try going to advanced settings for your remote publish profile and toggle the setting for passive mode. It could be something as simple as that.

    Assuming all of you basic settings are correct.
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    Default Still unable to publish even with directoryc

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckj View Post
    You're on a Unix/Linux/BSD type server.

    The FTP they're using is Pure-FTPd.

    The connection uses SSL/TLS, so you need to be using SFTP.

    As Franko pointed out.... you do need to have a directory. Even if it's only / (for the root directory). They probably have you "chained" into a particular directory, which is why they said you didn't need one. But you do.
    Chuck and Franko, I chatted with the Media Temple people and was given a directory that is a folder that was made special for my domain of www.heritagebuildingblocks.org I will show you the directory (folder) info I was told to use in a picture below:

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    I still get the following message - see picture below:

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    I made sure I used SFPT and Port 22 and the PASSIVE mode is on, etc.

    Any suggestions???? Thanks, Jeanette

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    Jeanette,

    Out of suggestions.

    Unless you'd like to share your password via PM to allow me or someone else to test the settings. You can always change the password after this gets resolved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckj View Post
    Jeanette,

    Out of suggestions.

    Unless you'd like to share your password via PM to allow me or someone else to test the settings. You can always change the password after this gets resolved.
    Chuck, I'm happy to share my password, especially if that helps. What is the best way to send that to you? Do you need my password to Media Temple as well or just the password for my FTP on Media Temple? Let me know and thanks for trying to help me. Jeanette

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    Just your FTP password.

    Send a Private Message to me here on this board.
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    Default Chuck, I sent you a private message. Let me know if you didn't get it.

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckj View Post
    Just your FTP password.

    Send a Private Message to me here on this board.
    I believe that I sent you a private message with my FTP password. If you don't get it, let me know.

    Thanks, Jeanette

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    Default Thanks. I changed the password and it worked but I have a new problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanette Daniels View Post
    I believe that I sent you a private message with my FTP password. If you don't get it, let me know.

    Thanks, Jeanette
    Chuck, I changed the FTP password and got that to work. I must have written down the wrong password before, I assume. However, I have a new problem. See picture below:

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    I'm not sure what this message means. At first it said that I had this problem and asked if I wanted it fixed. Then I got the message above that it could not be fixed. Any ideas? Thanks. Jeanette

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    You're trying to publish to the wrong location on the server. One that isn't writable.

    Send me your correct password by PM and I'll take a look.
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    Jeanette,

    Your main issue was the incorrect password. The other issues are the publish directory and ftp method.

    I PMed you with my analysis and correct settings.

    Good luck!
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