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FTP user folder problem

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Anonymous
March 26, 2005 2:33:04 PM

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I've a server with windows 2000 server and if i configure two ftp
user:
user1
and
user2

and their respective folder

c:/ftpfolder/user1
and
c:/ftpfolder/user2

when the user1 login correctly view its folder but he can view also
all the other subfolders in c:/ftpfolder even if he can't access the
other folder.

Can i disable the user2 viewing the other folder different from it's
own ?
How can i do this ?

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Anonymous
March 26, 2005 7:32:12 PM

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Viewing the existance of or viewing content of ??
To control all
make ftp root something like f:\ftproot
then make ftp vdirs
user1 for g:\ftpfolder\user1
user2 for g:\ftpfolder\user2
and make sure that the NTFS permissions on these
physical folders are something like
administrators full, userX read write list
When a user then connects they will not see anything
unless their g:\ftpfolder\userX is their home directory,
and if it is not then the first thing they will need to do
is to cd userX
--
Roger Abell
Microsoft MVP (Windows Security)
MCSE (W2k3,W2k,Nt4) MCDBA
"Salva" <mjlapo23@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> I've a server with windows 2000 server and if i configure two ftp
> user:
> user1
> and
> user2
>
> and their respective folder
>
> c:/ftpfolder/user1
> and
> c:/ftpfolder/user2
>
> when the user1 login correctly view its folder but he can view also
> all the other subfolders in c:/ftpfolder even if he can't access the
> other folder.
>
> Can i disable the user2 viewing the other folder different from it's
> own ?
> How can i do this ?
Anonymous
March 30, 2005 1:08:52 PM

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All right but i must give user1 and user2 permission of read in the
root directory (ftpfolder) otherwise the users cannot log in the sub
folder (user1 and user2).

Ftp client says (cannot login in the root folder).

Any ideas ?
Anonymous
March 31, 2005 6:01:11 AM

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So if you do give them read on the vdir that is root, they
do not get to see anything there if all the others are not
physically within, but are vdirs as was outlined.

--
Roger
"Salva" <mjlapo23@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> All right but i must give user1 and user2 permission of read in the
> root directory (ftpfolder) otherwise the users cannot log in the sub
> folder (user1 and user2).
>
> Ftp client says (cannot login in the root folder).
>
> Any ideas ?
!