I have a DMP-4305G that I am trying to upload a .swf file to via FTP. I am able to FTP files to the root directory, but but the files put here get deleted on reboot. I need the file to be in the usb_1 directory so it is kept after a reboot. I am able to do this on 4 other DMP's of the same hardware and software versions with no problem. I have the FTP server turned on and the internal storage is set to "Read and Write". When I try to upload a file to the usb_1 directory, I get "552 Could not create file." Does anyone have an idea what would be causing this?
Thanks for the respones Tomas. I think I have a bad unit. I came in this morning and was going to try this, but I can't web or FTP to the DMP at all now. I tried resetting with the button on the back also, but it just has the red and green lights on now and doesn't even give a splash screen when booting up. Looks like it's time for a call to TAC.
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