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How to prevent FTP access throgh the main password?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by belick, Dec 29, 2005.

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  1. belick

    belick Member

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    I tried to look all over for that and I did not find anything regards to that...

    All I want is to give my costomer access to the Cpanel features and not to the FTP.
    The password to login to the Cpanel is the same to the FTP so either to have 2 passwords or just to cancel the FTP access some how...

    another thing I found is a file under the /etc/vftp/ that I deleted it and it basically prevented the FTP account but is also prevent me as ROOT to access the ftp which is annoying.

    Any Help ???
     
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    Izzee Well-Known Member

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    Cross posting is frowned upon in these forums. ;) You already asked this question in another thread.
     
  3. belick

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    sorry... I will watch out more...
     
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