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Telnet Server With Restriction

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Hi All, :)
I want to deploy Telnet Server on my File Server in my Office. The usage of the telnet server is allowing user to do execution for some pre-copied executable files on specified folder on the file server remotely.
I would not allow the user move out from the specified folder using cd .. or cd\ because there are confidential data on the server. But they are allowed to create folder inside and walking through the sub-folder.
I would not allow too the user to execute other executable files then pre-copied files.
I don't know if I can accomplish the goal using Microsoft Telnet server or another application/software. I need your help if you have information about this.

Thank you.

Halomoan


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You should be able to do this just by using NTFS permissions. Only allow the users to get to the files and directories specified.

I hope this helps
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Yes. It works. Just deny read or execute permissions to the user on the directories they are not allowed to access.
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Yes, it's work.
Thank you
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Good! Glad to hear it!
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