> 1) Transfer to Drive Local to the FTPServer 5 Secs
> 2) Transfer to a Mapped Drive (mapped to another desktop) on 
> FTPServer 10 Secs
> 3) Transfer to Mapped Drive (mapped to NAS Drive) on FTPServer 23 
> Secs.

The bottom line is writing data across a network is slower than writing
to the local disk, your speeds probably reflect the times to copy a large
file between the local drive and network drives.  

ICS V6 FTP uses buffered I/O that writes much larger blocks, which may
help with absolute speed, but the relative speeds may be the same.  

You could also download the file to the local drive, and then copy it to
the NAS drive once it's completed. 

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