When you encounter a problem with the Reflection FTP Client, it may help to compare the behavior to that of another client. You can use the Microsoft FTP client to open a connection to the FTP server where the problem occurs; then try using this client to duplicate the operation that causes the problem.
If you can duplicate the problem when you use a different FTP client, one of these conditions may apply:
The server you are connecting to does not support the FTP operation you are attempting.
The server you are connecting to is configured incorrectly.
You are specifying incorrect information in your command (for example, you are specifying a non-existent path or filename when attempting a file transfer).
If the problem only occurs when using the Reflection FTP Client (you can't duplicate the problem when you connect to the server using a different FTP client), check the troubleshooting solutions.