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FTP Site setup help  - Can i change default view

Posted on 2008-06-16
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Hi all,

I'm trying to set up a file or folder within our FTP that can only be viewed by people with the correct login.
When people are viewing the FTP through iexplorer it seems that sometimes the view is the standard webpage with links and sometimes it opens in an explorer window.  Is there a way to make sure it opens in one or the other, and also why when its in the link page version can people browse into my folder that they should be able to ? They can't open anything but I don't even want them to be able to see what's in there.

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Gav
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Question by:MisterMoleyMole
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Use this link template to open in Windows explorer:
%windir%\explorer.exe /e,ftp://<ftp site url>/<possibly subdir>
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