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Hello. Now that Samepage is on the way out as a backup destination (all of mine stopped working) I'm trying to configure FTP backup destinations.

I'm currently managing 11 Kerio Controls. In my FTP server I created a subfolder for each so as to not dump up all 11 Kerio Control backups into the same directory. For obvious reasons all 11 firewalls backing up into the same directory is far from ideal.

(note: I don't know why but in this message the <@> symbol in the second example is automatically being converted to <_at_>. I'm not entering it that way.)

I can backup into the root directory of the FTP server (i.e.)
ftp://ftpuser@ftp.pretendco.com
. However I can't backup into subdirectories (i.e.)
ftp://ftpuser<_at_>ftp.pretendco.com/Kerio-Backup-A


Is this something I need to submit as a feature request? Or does anyone have any suggestions on how to back up 11 Kerio Control firewalls into the same FTP server.

It would be nice to use the same FTP server rather than 11 separate FTP servers.

[Updated on: Sat, 04 June 2016 02:25]

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I tried the absolute path method but that is not working.

Am I interpreting the instructions correctly in that %2F plus the name of the root directory need to be added at the start of the path?

http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/server-configurati on-kerio-control/saving-configuration-to-ftp-server-1577.htm l

[Updated on: Sat, 04 June 2016 02:55]

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