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If it were a folder permission error you would connect but get an error about permissions. First enable WP_DEBUG in wp-config If you have root access, check your php error log, and syslog in /var/log From a shell, try FTPing to localhost does it work? Can you read and write to your plugins folder? Now also try from a remote machine FTPing into the server ...


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Ok, so I have succeeded by making this little php script: <?php exec('wget http://sourcesite.com/backup.zip'); I mean, it's still transferring, so I'm not sure if there's some size limit but we'll see.


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Problem solved. It appeared the Microsoft mangement had migrated our server, and some how their notification e-mail was lost in the process. Their support told me that you could identify such problems by downloading the publisher profile and see whether there are information there which doesn't match your current login credentials.



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