Windows server 2022 FTP client

Mario V Guenzi 20 Reputation points

Good morning everyone, I'll start by saying that I'm very poor at Windows so if I ask a trivial question, forgive me, also forgive my English. The company I work for is putting an MES system on track and this system includes 3 servers which obviously do 3 different things but which "talk" to each other. On one of these 3 servers, update patches and other things must be downloaded via FTP (sic!) which I haven't understood what they are for now. The problem is that on these three machines ftp as a client doesn't work, or rather the server that releases it is a server with TLS and when I connect via filezilla or via command line to do the get it gives me a TLS error saying that the server it didn't close the connection correctly, but it's not enough and often even using pure and simple ftp the size of the downloaded file differs from the original one and therefore when you go to unpack the downloaded .zip you get an error. The thing that short circuits me is that it only happens on these three 2022 machines on any other machine windows 10, windows server 2019, Linux, both inside the LAN and outside (I tried from home) it works without any problem. The three machines are virtualized on the XEN platform ( and have these characteristics:

marceglia 4 cores 12 GB RAM windows server 2022 standard build 21H2

margottini 4 cores 12 GB RAM windows server 2022 standard build 21H2

martinengo 4 core 8 GB RAM windows server 2022 standard build 21H2

Can anyone tell me where to turn to get out of this problem?

Thanks in advance and greetings.

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  1. Luigi Bruno 231 Reputation points

    Hello Mario.

    Which error message do you get?
    You can check the TLS configuration and change it from within the Windows Registry: read the article at


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