Open command prompt and type in "ipconfig" then press Enter.
Note your computer's IP address under IPv4 address. (Should have four groups of numbers separated by periods - something like "10.0.0.24")
Open up Control Panel.
Change 'View By' from "Category" to "Small icons"
Select Programs and Features.
On the left-hand side of the screen, click "Turn Windows features on or off"
Scroll down to Internet Information Services and expand it
Expand FTP Server.
Click the check boxes beside Internet Information Services, FTP Server, and FTP Extensibility so the list looks like this:
Click OK and wait for Windows to update the settings.
Close and select Control Panel Home on the left hand side of the Programs and Features window.
Select Administrative Tools.
Double-click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
Expand the list on the left of the window so you can view the Sites
Right-click on Sites and select "Add FTP Site…"
Name your FTP Site "MyFTPSite"
Allocate the Physical path to the "FTP-Folder" folder you created on your desktop.
Enter the IP address of your computer, Port 21 and select "No SSL"
Under Authentication, check Basic.
Allow access to: "Specified users"
In the text field under Specified users, enter your Windows Active Directory username.
Check "Read" and "Write" and click Finish.
Go to Control Panel and navigate to Windows Firewall.
On the left-hand side of the window, click "Allow an app or feature through Windows Firewall"
Click "Change Settings"
Scroll down to FTP Server and checkmark Private and Public. Click OK.
Right-click "FTP-Folder" on your desktop.
Select Properties. Select "Security" tab.
Under 'Group or user names:' if there is a user with a name in the following format: <YourWindowsActiveDirectoryUsername> (<YOUR_PC_NAME>\<YourWindowsActiveDirectoryUsername>), continue to step 35. If there is not a user with a name in that format, continue to step 36.
With that user selected, check mark Allow Full Control. Select Apply and OK.
*NOTE: This step is only for if your user did not exist in the correct format* Click "Add…" and in the large text box, enter <YourWindowsActiveDirectoryUsername>. Be sure the location above is your PC. If not, select "Locations…", click your PC name. Click OK. Back at the Permissions for FTP-Folder folder, select your user. Check mark Allow Full Control. Select Apply and OK.
Click OK to exit FTP-Folder Properties.
On the Videon Web UI, the FTP Server will be the IP address of your computer that you discovered and used to create the FTP Server.
Authentication will be Username: <YourWindowsActiveDirectoryUsername>, Password: <YourWindowsActiveDirectoryPassword>