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yes the end-user

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jimd, Apr 21, 2002.

  1. jimd

    jimd Member

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    Let's say my user creates an ftp. When he does, that new user appears to have full access to the space alloted to the account.
    I'm getting myself confused here.
    bob signs up for account. www.bob.com
    he adds ftp for wilma. When wilma logs in, she can see everything www.bob.com has, not just specific directories.
    make sense?
     
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    parag Well-Known Member

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    [quote:b03e7594b2][i:b03e7594b2]Originally posted by jimd[/i:b03e7594b2]

    Let's say my user creates an ftp. When he does, that new user appears to have full access to the space alloted to the account.
    I'm getting myself confused here.
    bob signs up for account. www.bob.com
    he adds ftp for wilma. When wilma logs in, she can see everything www.bob.com has, not just specific directories.
    make sense?[/quote:b03e7594b2]

    hi jimd

    thats strange.. i dont think that can happen when bob adds another ftp user.

    normally whenever you create ftp users from cpanel it will create a user specific directory in your main www root
    thats /home/bom/www/ftpusername
    and that ftpusername will have access only to his folder and he /she cant see any other folders in the www

    best regards,
    Parag
     
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