It seems there was some confusion in the fields of Microsoft on the proper way to install the FTP service. This seems to be rooted in the fact that it took a last minute decision to exclude the new FTP Publishing Service IIS 7 in favor of the old FTP Publishing Service, In some case, once examination the installation of the FTP selection in the Add Features of my Server Manager I seen that gaily added a fresh entry of "FTP Server" in my Windows Firewall. So later than for several minutes playing with the permissions of the user, control the policies of my Netscreen firewall, etc. I originate that if you turn off Windows Firewall totally I might connect and list records without any crisis. If Windows Firewall was on I might obtain on the list except not the files. And start breaking manual FTP active / passive and ports required for that to be operational.