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Only a certin type of file extention to be created in a server directory

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Hi,

I wonder if anyone has any good ideas on how to set a folder on a server to only be able to hold certain type of file extensions like (*.bad or *.fil) files.

If I was to say that a group called users could only right files to the said directory if it had a file extension of (*.bad or *.fil).

Any ideas?

Peter
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